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Genealogical Record 



GENEALOGICAL RECORD 
OF THE DESCENDANTS OF 

Col. Alexander McAllister 

OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY, N. C. 

ALSO OF 

MARY AND ISABELLA McALLISTER 



Rev. D. S. McALLISTER, 

Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Fairview, S. C. 



RICHMOND, VA.: 

Whittet & Shepperson, Printers. 

1900. 



372320 



Copyrighted 

BY 

D. s. McAllister, 
1900. 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Historical Sketch, . . . . 7 

Remarks on the Spelling of the 

Name, ...... 12 

Family Ancestry, 14 

I. Genealogical Record of the De- 

scendants OF Col. Alexander 
McAllister, . . . . .21 

II. The Descendants of Col. Alex- 

ander McAllister by his Third 
Wife, Jane or Jean Colvin, . 99 

Appendix A. — The Colvin Line, . . 149 

Appendix B. — Jean Colvin's Covenant 

with God, . . .156 

III. The Descendants of Mary McAl- 

lister, ...... 163 

Appendix. — Hector Stewart, . .176 

IV. The Descendants of Isabella Mc- 

Allister, 179 

Appendix. — Smith Family, . . . 210 

The Whitfield Line, . .211 



HISTORICAL SKETCH. 



ALEXANDER McALLISTER came from 
Loup, I slay, off Argyleshire, Scotland, to 
Wilmington, N. C, U. S. A., in the year 1736, 
and stopped at Wilmington for some years, keep- 
ing a tavern there, as boarding houses were then 
called. This appears from a letter addressed to 
him from a McAllister and a McRae from the old 
country, inquiring as to Hector, son of Margaret 
Johnston McNeill and Laughlin McNeill, who 
had come to America with him the year before. 
This letter was not dated by the writers, but was 
dated on the back by Alexander M-cAllister, as 
was his custom with all his letters on receipt of 
them, and the date is 1737. 

He returned to Scotland in 1739 or 1740, and 
there married Mary McNeill, who died, and was 
buried at sea, on the return voyage to America. 
His third wife (to be), Jane or Jean Colvin, was 
born on the same voyage over, as her parents were 
coming, too, to this country. The date of her 
birth is September 20, 1740. 

It is one of the stories of the time that Mr. 
McAllister, annoyed by the crying of the baby, 

said to the mother, "Spank the little b ," and 

received the sharp reply, ''Never mind, sir, she'll 
be the wife of ye yet," and so she was ; they were 



8 Historical. 

married July 14, 1763. She was then aged 
twenty-three years. 

On his return to North CaroHna he settled in 
Cumberland county — till 1754, Upper Bladen — 
on the east side of the Cape Fear River^ about 
twelve miles from Fayetteville, and about two 
miles from the Bluff Church. He married for his 
second wife Flora McNeill, whose mother was 
Grissella Campbell, aunt of Farquhar Campbell, 
and whose father was the far-famed Scotch pio- 
neer, Neill McNeill, called "Black Neill," on 
account of his dark, swarthy complexion, and as 
a distinction from the bahn, or fair-skinned, 
McNeills. 

He reared two families of children in the home 
there erected. His eldest son, Alexander McAl- 
lister, reared his children there. His eldest grand- 
son, Alexander McAllister, reared his children 
there, the eldest being in his eighteenth year, and 
the youngest in his thirteenth year, when the 
death of the father, 13th July, 1857, broke up the 
home. The old home, in good condition, passed 
into the hands of strangers, but was burned about 
1863, during the war between the States. The 
origin of the fire was never known, as the house 
was unoccupied at the time. 

The Bluff Church was organized in 1758, and 
he was one of the original elders ; his eldest son, 
Alexander, succeeded him, and was, in turn, suc- 
ceeded by his eldest son, Alexander. Now, 1900, 
his great-grandson, Alexander McAllister, is a 
ruling elder in the same church, while many of 
his descendants fill the same office elsewhere. 



Historical. 9 

He attained a position of honorable prominence, 
and filled a nnmber of important offices in the 
State and in the service of the colonies during 
the war of the revolution. 

1. "He was colonel of the Cumberland County 
Militia." — Wheeler's History of North Carolina, 
page 81 ; Colonial Records, North Carolina, Vol. 
X., pp. 207-531. 

2. "He was member from Cumberland of the 
Provincial Congress held at Hillsboro, N. C, 
August 21, 1775." — Wheeler's History of North 
Carolina, p. 125 ; Colonial Records, Vol. X., p. 
165. 

3. Member from Cumberland of the Provincial 
Congress, held at Halifax April 4, 1776. — Wheel- 
er's History of North Carolina, p. 78; Colonial 
Records, Vol. X., p. 499. 

4. Member of Committee of Safety for Wil- 
mington District. — Wheeler s History of North 
Carolina, p. y;^^ ; Colonial Records, North Caro- 
lina, Vol. X., p. 224. 

5. Member of the committee appointed by the 
Provincial Congress, August 23, 1775, to inter- 
view the Highlanders, and explain to them the 
nature of the controversy with Great Britain. — • 
Colonial Records, North Carolina, Vol. X., p. 173. 

6. "Member of Kforth Carolina Senate," 1787, 
1788 and 1789. — Wheeler's History of North 
Carolina, p. 131. 

Of his own family there came with him to this 
country his brother Hector, who returned to Scot- 
land, and was lost to view ; his sisters, Mary, 
Grissclla and Isabella. Hector McAllister sold his 



10 Historical. 

estates to his brother Alexander before leaving. 
Grissella McAllister died unmarried, but the reap- 
pearance of her beautiful name from time to time 
among the generations of her relations shows that 
her memory was precious. Isabella McAllister 
married Farquhard Campbell, who came to this 
country as the ward of her brother, Alexander; 
or at least in his care. She married against the 
wishes of her brother, but the ground of his oppo- 
sition is not clearly known. Some have thought it 
due to difference of political views, and that Mr. 
Campbell was a Tory, while Alexander McAllister 
was a Whig, as were most of the Scotch who 
came over before the disaster of Culloden, April 
1 6, 1746, which led to their being bound by iron- 
clad oaths of loyalty to thcBritish crown. His- 
torians are divided as to the politics of Mr. Camp- 
bell, and the descendants of both men, unmindful 
of past differences, walk together ^s friends and 
relations, filling honorable stations in many of 
the Southern States. 

Mary McAllister married Hector McNeill. 

The object of this volume is to give as accu- 
rately as possible the descendants and marriages 
of descendants, etc., of Alexander McAllister, 
Mary McAllister and Isabella McAllister, with 
any valuable scraps of history that can be profit- 
ably inserted. This work I began in July, 1870, 
and wrote all the early part of the genealogy at 
the home of my venerable Aunt Charity McAllis- 
ter, of Wade, N. C, and at her dictation. Then 
for twenty-seven years I added scarcely anything 
to the book, which I had given to my sister, Mrs. 



Historical. ii 

McSwain, of Wade, N. C. A few new names 
were added by some one, and my venerable uncle 
and excellent guardian, Hugh McLean, Esq., 
(1810-1899), Dickinson, N. C, inserted valuable 
data, olivine: the dates and also the information 
that Colonel McAllister was married three times, 
While Aunt Charity McAllister (1802-1889) 
reported only the two wives, who had issue. This 
difference does not affect the record, as the first 
wife left no children, and it gives to our rather 
prosy work a flavor of romance, when we think 
of the death of the fair young bride at sea, and 
reflect upon the influence this early affliction had 
upon the robust life of the noble young Scotch- 
man. 

The renewal of the work upon this book was 
in this wise : Two inquiries as to descent and 
tracing of kinship came to me from two different 
States in the autumn of 1897, and in the effort to 
answer them, I sought the old book of 1870, which 
I at length found in the hands of a cousin, Ed. R. 
MacKethan, of Savannah, Ga. To him I am 
indebted for the historical and colonial record 
proofs of the offices held by my great-grandfather, 
and his great-great-grandfather, Col. Alexander 
Mcx^llister. Most valued aid has been given by 
Mrs. Mary Shaw Greene, of Lillington, N. C, a 
great-great-granddaughter of Earquhard Camp- 
bell, and Isabella McAllister; by W. J. Smith, 
Godwin, N. C, a great-grandson of Earquhard 
Campbell and Isabella McAllister; by Maj. C. A. 
Poellnitz, of Greensboro, Ala., a great-great- 
grandson of Col. McAllister, and by Mrs. J. H. 



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12 Historical. 

McDuffie, 1302 Third Aveniie, Columbus, Ga., a 
great-great-grandclaughter of Col. Alexander 
McAllister. To these, and to others who have 
aided me in this work, I extend my hearty thanks. 
The work has been a labor of love to me, 
although there have been many discouragements. 
I hope it will be acceptable and profitable to the 
hosts of kindred. It claims only to be the best I 
could do under the circumstances. I have always 
been a busy pastor, and have found it pleasant 
recreation to work at the book. I have spent my 
whole manhood working for the Master away 
from kindred and the associations of youth, and 
so I have handled their names with a peculiar 
tenderness of affection ; and across the chasm of 
separation I fling the warmest greeting of loyal 
kinship to the known and unknown kindred, 
trusting, in God's mercy, to meet and greet them 
all in the kingdom of glory, if not in the beautiful 
world God gives us as a temporary home. 

D. S. McAllister. 



The spelling of the name "McAlester" is a 
question of some interest to many persons. Some 
write "McAlister," some "McAllister," others 
"MacAlister" or "MacAllister" or "MacAlester," 
as pleases the fancy best. In the old Bluff Church 
yard, where lies the sacred dust of the Cumber- 
land county McAllisters, the tombstones have the 
name spelled four ways — McAllister, McAllester, 
McAlister, and McAlester; not one has the 
MacAl lister way of writing the name. 



Historical. 13 

Dr. David McAllister used always to spell the 
name AIcAlester, and I, being- named for him, 
used that spelling till the death of my father, in 
1857. He spelled the name McAllister, and we, 
his children, agreed to spell the name as he had 
done. Eminent men of the name in our Western 
States spell it this way, and it has a most sym- 
metrical appearance. But an old letter to Col. 
McAllister, dated Jura, August 17, 1770, has the 
name spelled McAlester. This seems to harmo- 
nize best with the etymology of the name, as 
*'Mac" means "son of," and ''Alester" means 
''Alexander," and is very much more like Alex- 
ander than "Allister" can be. 

I think the spelling of the Scotch names by 
writing all letters on the same line, and especially 
making all letters small except the "Mc," is a 
modern innovation ; thus, Mclean, Mackay, or 
even MacLean and MacKay. A good many plain 
people pronounce our name McColistcr, and this 
comes from former inability of the non- Scotch 
people to say "McArleester," as it is pronounced in 
Gaelic. People would not take Scotch pains to 
call it right, and they said "McColister," which I 
hear even to this day. It seems to me that ancient 
usage and custom favor ''McAlester," though one 
excellent family of our people in North Carolina 
spell the name "McAlister." I do not think posi- 
tion of the "Mac" distinguishes the Scotch from 
the Irish, for the Irish "Macs" are of Scotch 



origm. 



Author. 



FAMILY ANCESTRY.! 



MacAlester, of Loup and Kennox. 

Lineage. — McAlester, of the Loup, is de- 
scended in a direct line from Alester, or Alexan- 
der, eldest son of Angus Mor, Lord of the Isles 
and Kintyre, A. D., 1284. 

Alexander acquired large additions to his terri- 
tories by marriage with Amie, one of the daugh- 
ters and co-heiresses of Ewin de Ergadia, but 
having espoused the cause of Baliol, in opposition 
to the claims of Robert Bruce to the Scottish 
throne, he was defeated by that monarch, who 
besieged him in his principal stronghold of Castle 
Swain ; being forced to surrender, he was im- 
prisoned in Dundonald Castle, where he died. 
His possessions were bestowed on his younger 
brother, Angus Oge, who assumed the lordship 
of the Isles, and from whom are descended the 
various chieftains of the McDonald tribes ; but 
the McAlesters possessing that jus sanguinis, of 
which no forfeiture could deprive them, claim to 
represent the ancient Lords of the Isles, as lineal 

^ From Genealogical and Heraldic History of the 
Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, by Sir 
Bernard Burke, C, B., LL. D., Ulster King of Arms.— 
1882. 



Historical. 15 

descendants and heirs male of .Vlester, eldest son 
of Animus Mor, who was the son of Donald, the 
son of Reginald, son of Somerled, Lord of the 
Isles and Thane of Arg-yll, A. D. 1040, the com- 
mon ancestor of the Clan Donald, Clan Dugall and 
Clan Alester, known also as the Clan Ean-Dubh. 
The sons of Alester, with their adherents, being 
driven from the Isles, sought refuge on the main- 
land, and obtained possession of several strong- 
holds in Knapdale and Kintyre. On the over- 
throw o'f the dynasty of the Isles, in the reign of 
James IV., A. D. 1493, they became a separate 
and independent clan, under their chief, Ean 
Dubh, who fixed his residence at Ardpatrick, in 
South Knapdale, and for several generations his 
descendants retained the patronymic of Vic-Ean- 
Dubh. He was succeeded by his son, 

Charles, appointed Steward of Kintyre, A. D. 
1481, He was succeeded by his son, 

Angus Vic-Ean-Dubh, styled also Angus Mc- 
Alester, of the Loup. He is mentioned in the 
Register of the Privy Seal, A. D. 15 15. He was 
succeeded bv his son, 

Alexander, mentioned in Pit cairn's Criminal 
Trials as having incurred the penalty of forfeit- 
ure for treasonably abiding from the army of 
Sulloway, but obtained, in 1540, remission of the 
sentence for himself and fifteen of the clan. He 
left a son. 

Hector McAlester, who did not long- survive. 
He was succeeded by his son, 

Alexander McAlester, who, in 1573, obtained a 
charter from Archibald, Earl of Argyll. His 



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name appears on the roll as one of those who, by 
act of Parliament, were called upon to deliver 
hostages, whose lives were to be held responsible 
for the obedience of their chiefs. At his death 
his son and successor, 

Godfrey McAlester, was yet a minor. In 1591, 
he obtained a charter from the Earl of Argyll, 
and therein is designated Gorrie McEachine Vic- 
Alester Vic-Ean-Dubh. At an early age he be- 
came the hero of a tragedy still remembered in 
the Highlands, the heads of which are given in 
Pit cairns Criminal Trials. He took an active 
part in most of the feuds and conflicts of the 
troubled period in which he lived. He closed his 
turbulent career about the beginning of the seven- 
teenth century, and was buried at lona, in the 
tomb of his ancestors. His statue, in black mar- 
ble, was to be seen there within the last century. 
He was succeeded by his son. 

Hector McAlester, who had charters from the 
Earl of Argyll for the lands of Loup and others, 
being therein designated Hector McGorry-Vic- 
Eachine-Vic-Allister- Vic-Ean-Dubh. He married 
nth March, 1620, Margaret, daughter oi Camp- 
bell, of Kilberry. His son and successor, 

Godfrey McAlester, of Loup, married a daugh- 
ter of Sir Robert Montgomerie, of Skelmorlie. 
His son and successor, 

Alexander McAlester, supported the cause of 
James VH. to the last, and was engaged at the 
battles of Killicrankie and the Boyne. He mar- 
ried Jane, daughter of Sir James Campbell, Bart., 
of Auchenbreck, by whom he had a numerous 



Historical. 17 

family. (The third son, Duncan, settled in Hol- 
land, and was father of Gen. Robert McAlester, 
who commanded the Scots Brig'ade.) The eldest 
son of Alexander, 

Hector McAlester, died without issue, and was 
succeeded ])y his brother, 

Charles McAlester, married Christina, daugh- 
ter of Lamont, of Lamont, by whom he had two 
sons, Angus, his heir, and Archibald, who for 
many years commanded the Thirty-fifth Regi- 
ment. He died a lieutenant-general, leaving a 
large family. His eldest son, Charles, was 
lieutenant-colonel of the Ceylon Rifles. 

Angus McAlester, who succeeded his father, 
married his cousin Jane, daughter of McDonald 
of Ardnacroish, and cousin to the celebrated Flora 
McDonald, and was succeeded by his only son, 

Charles McAlester, J. P., and D. L., lieutenant- 
colonel commandant First Ayrshire Local Mili- 
tia, born 13th January, 1765 ; married 28th 
March, 1792, Jessie, daughter and heiress of Wil- 
liam Someryille, of Kennox, County Ayr, by his 
wife Lilias, daughter and co-heir of Gabriel Por- 
terfield, of Hapland, and had issue, 

Charles Somerville McAlester, present repre- 
sentatiye. 

James of Chapeltown. 

Wilhelmina, died 1874. Jane, died 1871. 

Col. Someryille McAlester, died October, 1847. 

Arms. — Or, an eagle displayed gu. armed sa. 
surmounted on the breast of a galley of the first, 
a border of the third, charged with three crosses- 



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crosslet fitchee arg. Crest. — A dexter arm in 
armour erect, the hand holding a dagger in pale 
all ppr., motto over, "Fortiter." Motto. — "Per 
mare per terras." Supporters. — Dexter, a bear 
pierced in the back with an arrow ; and sinister, 
an eagle, all ppr. 

Seat. — Kennox House, Stewarton, County 
Ayr, Scotland. 



Volume I. 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD OF 

THE DESCENDANTS OF 

Col. ALEXANDER McALLISTER, 

OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY, N. C. 



GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 



Alexander McAllister, married, first, Mary 
McNeill, of Scotland, in 1739 or 1740; she died 
and was buried at sea on the return voyage to 
America in 1740, leaving no issue. 

Alexander McAllister, married, second, Flora 
McNeill, daughter of Neill McNeill and his wife, 
Grissella Campbell, an aunt of Farquhard Camp- 
bell. 7^^?/^ by second marriage: i, Coll. 2, Gris- 
sella. 3, Janet. 4, Neill. 

These will be indicated through the volume by 
Roman letters — I., II., III., IV. 

I. Coll McAllister, married Janet Buie. Is- 
sue, seven children: i, Archibald, born October 
8, 1776; died young. 2, Alexander, born May 
9' 17795 died. 3, Flora, born August 14, 1782; 
died. 4, Mary, born October 13, 1785; died. 
5, Neill (second of the name), born May 29, 
1788; died. 6, Janet, born February 5, 1792; 

died. 7, Coll (second of name), born ; 

died. 

I, 5, 6. 7 died in childhood or without issue. 
Record closes. 

II. Grissella McAllister, married John Mc- 
Kethan (blind John), /^^z/^, four children : i, 



24 Genealogical Record. 

John, Jr., born ; died. 2, Flora, born ; 

died. 3, Janet, born ; died. 4, Christian, 

born ; died. 

III. Janet McAllister, married Malcolm Mc- 
Neill.^ Issue, five children: i, Coll. 2, John. 
3, Janet. 4, Flora. 5, Isabella. 

IV. Neill McAllister died unmarried, it is 
supposed by some. One tradition says he was 
a lieutenant in the American army in the war 
of the revolution. Another says he was in the 
British army, stationed at Wilmington, when 
the war began, and that he continued in that 
army through the war, and afterwards visited 
his relatives on the Upper Cape Fear, went to 
Canada, and was lost to view. He is the pro- 
bable ancestor of the McAllisters of our West- 
ern States. But his name appears as a mem- 
ber of the Cincinnati, which is made up of offi- 
cers of the United States army and their de- 

^ He was a son of Archibald McNeill and his wife, 
Jennie Smith. Jennie (bahn •) McNeill was the heroine 
of the following story: The Tories had caught her 
favorite horse and brought it into the yard with much 
exultation, She asked permission to bid the poor crea- 
ture good-bye. She began caressing her, and gradually 
slipping her hand toward the head till it touched the 
bridle, which she slipped off, and giving her a sharp 

stroke with the reins, said, "Go, you b !" then 

turning to the Tories, *' Catch her if you can," and this 

was impossible in the great plantation. Her wonderful 

industry was the refrain of a song I heard when a boy : 

" Up stairs, down stairs, Jennie bahn the weaver! " 

2 "Bahn" means "fair." 






Genealogical Rfxord. 25 

scendants. This proves that he was in the 
Colonial army, and not in the British. (See 
Colonial Records of North Carolina, Vol. X., 
pp. 187, 189, 955.) 

His record here closes. 

For I. -I., see ante. 

1.-2. Alexander McAllister, born June i, 
1792; married, June i, 1809, Ann Wright. 

Issue, nine children: i, Coll, born ; died 

unmarried. 2. Louisa, died in childhood. 3, 
James, born April 8, 1814; died July 2y, 1861. 

4, Mary. 5, Archibald Buie. 6, Betsy Jane. 
8, John, born 1827; died October 28, 1892. 9, 
Janet Ann, born October 8, 1835 ; died April 2, 
1893. 

Of these, i, 2, 5, 6, 7 died in childhood, or 
without issue, leaving only 3, 4, 8, 9 to be con- 
sidered. 

I.-3. Flora McAllister, married Daniel Mc- 
Lean, son of John of Jura, who was son of 
Hugh. Issue, ten children: i, Janet. 2, John. 
3, Alexander Duncan. 4, Ann. 5, Archibald. 
6, Hector. 7, Mary Margaret. 8, Flora Cath- 
arine. 9, Effie Isabella. 10, Sarah Jane. 

L-4. Mary McAllister, married Col. Duncan 
McLean. /.w7/(7, six children : i. Coll. 2, John 
Alexander. 3, Archibald Neill. 4, Mary Jane. 

5, Hugh; 6, Hector (twins), ^ born February 16, 
1810; Hugh died February 9, 1899. 

' Two men of fine character and great worth. They 
were physically as straight as Indians till bent by weight 
of years, and their moral characters never bent before 
the difficulties of life. 



26 Genealogical Record. 

II.-i. John AIcKethan, married, first, Miss 
McDougald ; second, Marion Carruth. Issue, 
first wife: i, Flora. 2, Alexander. Issue, sec- 
ond wife : 3, Grissella. 4, Cyrus. 5, Robert. 
6, Darius. 7, Daniel. 8, John W. 

II.-2. Flora McKethan, married, first, Neill 
Galbraith ; second, Daniel Kyle. Issue by first 
husband: i, Grissella Galbraith. 2, Angus 
Galbraith. Issue by second husband: 3, Rob- 
ert Kyle. 4, John Kyle. These last, with their 
father, went to Tennessee many years ago, be- 
fore the war between the States. 

Mr. Neill Galbraith, first husband of Flora 
McKethan, was killed by lightning at his home, 
on the east side of the Cape Fear River, on 
what is still called the Kvle field, and occasion- 
ally the Galbraith field (pronounced Cidhreath) , 
which is now the property of the Rev. D. S. 
McAllister. 

II.-3. Janet McKethan, married Angus Phil- 
lips. Issue, six children: i, Flora. 2, James 
(M. D.). 3, Stephen. 4, Eliza (or Lizzie). 
5, Grissella. 6, John W. 

I, 2, 3 died unmarried. This family settled 
in Georgia many years before the war between 
the States (i 861 -1865), but by the kindness of 
Mrs. Dr. McDufiie, of Columbus, Ga., I am 
furnished with information which enables me 
to extend the record. 

II.-4. Christian McKethan, married Neill 
McLeran. Issue: i, Alfred Augustus Mc- 
Kethan. 2, Margaret. 3, Grissella. 

III.-i. Coll McNeill, married Effie Buie. 



Genealogical Record. 27 

Ay^w^*, five children : i, Malcolm, Jr. 2, Janet. 
3, Neill. 4, Ann. 5, Archilmld. 

III.-2. John McNeill (''Red John"), married, 
first, Louvisa Robeson; second, Mrs. Janet 
Murchison. Issue, first wife: i, Sarah. 2, 
Flora. 3, John ("Priest John"). 4, Janet. 5, 
Ann. 6, Isaac. 7, David. (4, 5, 6 died in child- 
hood or youth). Issue, second wife: 8, Janet 
Ann. 9, Martin. 

III.-3. Janet McNeill, married John Atkins 
(who died aged ninety-three years). Issue, six 
children: i, Ann. 2, Janet. 3, James. 4, John 
Louis. 5, Flora Isabella. 6, Katharine. 

III.-4. Flora McNeill, married Neill McKay, 
July 18, 1805. Issue, ten children: 1, Archi- 
bald Alexander, born July 18, 1806; died July, 
1877. 2, Janet Isabella, born January 5, 1808. 
3, Malcolm,^ born November 22, 1809. 4, Mur- 
dock Murphy, born February 14, 1812. 5, Ann 
Gilchrist, born March 15, 1814; died young. 
6, Neill McKay, born February 11, 1816. 7, 
John W.,^ born February 15, 1818. 8, Flora 
Isabella, born March 22, 1820. 9, Sarah Jane 
Kate, born June 3, 1822. 10, Mary Elizabeth, 
born April 26, 1825. 

Nos. 2^ 4, 5, 8 left no issue. Seven of the 
above children, with their parents, sleep in the 
cemetery at Summerville, N. C. 

III.-5. Isabella McNeill, married, first, James 
Atkins; second Rev. James Purefoy. Issue by 
first husband: i, Sophia. 2, Annie Jane. 3, 
Isabella. 4, Benjamin Franklin. 

1 Elder. 



28 Genealogical Record. 

There was no issue by second husband ; Mr. 
Purefoy was a Baptist preacher. 

I.-2, 3. James McAllister, married Frances 
Shepherd^ March 17, 1840. Issue: i, Joseph, 
born July 8, 1844. 2, Ann Eliza, born July 24, 
1849. 3' Alfred; 4, Alexander; 5, Christopher 
Foy. 6, Fanny. (3, 4, 5 and 6 died in child- 
hood.) 

1.-2, 4, Mary McAllister, married James Mit- 
chell. Childless. 

1.-2^ 8, John McAllister (Wooly John), mar- 
ried Thetis Adams. Issue, five children: i, 
Alice. 2, Ellen. 3, Annie Wright. 4, Love- 
day. 5, Luta. 

1-2, 9, Janet Ann McAllister, married Dr. 
Leroy DeWitt McMannen. Issue: James Alex- 
ander, died aged twenty-one. 2, Rose. 3, Ern- 
est Linwood, died a child. 

L-3, I, Janet McLean, married, first, John 
Murchison ; second, John McNeill. Issue by 
first husband, four children: i, Kenneth 
Murchison. 2, Flora Eliza. 3, 4, Catharine 
and Isabella died young. Issue by second hus- 
band : 5, Janet Ann. 6, Martin. 

I.-3, 2, John McLean, married Luenza Leach. 
He was sheriff of Johnston county, N. C. Issue: 
I, Susanna Harrison, February 11, 1841. 2, 
Mary Elizabeth, born February 23, 1843 '> ^'^^^ 
September 22, 1898. 

I.-3, 3, Alexander D. McLean, married Catha- 
rine McLean. Issue, seven children: i, Annie 
Jane. 2, John Tyler. 3, Louisa Fannie. 4, 
Flora Margaret. 5, Mary Catharine. 6, Dan- 



Genealogical Record. 29 

iel Hugh, born January 29, 1847. 7' Archi- 
bald Alexander, who died young, from a hurt 
in falling from a wagon. 

I.-3-3, 4, (Todie) died young, of fever, I think. 
General ^McLean's home was in Summerville, 
N. C. He was a teacher and a lawyer of fine 
ability. He was general of militia, and an elder 
in the church at Summerville. 

I.-3, 4, Ann McLean, married Archibald Gra- 
ham, of Fayetteville, N. C. (second wife). 
Issue: T, Daniel McLean, born 1833 ; died 1898. 
2, Flora. 3, Archibald, Jr. 4, Alexander. 5, 
John. 6, Neill. 

Two early children died young ; Mary, born 
1831; died 1848. Isabella, born 1839; ^^^^ 
1 84 1. 

L-3, 5, Archibald McLean, married Ellen 
Weisiger. Went to Texas. Issue, seven chil- 
dren : I, Ellen Fillmore. 2, Kate. 3, Mary. 
4, Janet. 5, Alexander. 6, John. 7, Daniel. 

L-3, 6, Hector McLean, married Catharine Mc- 
Dougald, daughter of Rev. Alan McDougald. 
Childless. 

L-3, 7, Mary Margaret McLean, married Nat. 
E. Jones (moved West). Issue: i, Bettie. 2, 
Flora. 3, David. 4, Daniel McLean. 5, Isa- 
bella. 6, Sallie. 7, Nat. 8, Robert. 

I.-3, 8, Flora Catharine McLean, married 
John Greene. Issue, nine children: i, Daniel 
E. 2, Mary Isabella. 3. Flora. 4, John A. 5, 
Hector McLean. 6, William. 7, Laura. 8, 
Thomas, g, Robert Lee. 

I.-3, 9, Effie Isabella McLean, married Neill 



30 Genealogical Record. 

Shaw. Issue, two children: i, Maggie. 2, 
son, accidentally drowned, aged twelve years. 

I. -3, 10, Sarah Jane McLean, married Alan 
Cameron. Issue, five children: i, Douglas (a 
girl). 2, James, died young. 3, John McLean. 
4, Flora McAllister. 5, Marn. 

L-4, I, Coll McLean, married Annie Atkins. 
Issue-: I, John Alexander. 2, Richard, who 
died young. 

L-4, 2, John Alexander McLean, Sr., who 
died in New York in Avigust, 1826, unmarried. 

I.-4, 3, Archibald Neill McLean, married 
Elizabeth Ingraham, Fayetteville, N. C. Issue: 
I, John Archibald. 2, Duncan Neill. 

L-4, 4, Mary Jane McLean, married William 
Sexton, born December 31, 1808; died Febru- 
ary 20, 1891. Issue: I, Janet Buie. 2, Dimcan 
McLean. 3, Sarah Elizabeth. 4, James Alex- 
ander. 5, Archibald. 6, William, Jr. 7, Coll 
Hector. 

L-4, 5, and 6, Hugh McLean and Hector Mc- 
Lean, twins, born February 16, 18 10. (Uncle 
Hugh died February 9, 1899.) They lived on 
the east side of the Cape Fear, near Buie's 
Creek, in Harnett county, N. C, on a part of 
their father's estate, and were said to be the 
oldest twins in the world. Uncle Hector lived 
in Alabama many years, but rejoined his 
brother after the war between the States. They 
went to Texas abovit 1870, and returned again 
in a year or two. Uncle Hugh was our guar- 
dian after father's death, and was a second 
father to us. Both were fine men, and acquired 



Genealogical Record. 31 

nice property. They joined the church late in 
life. It is said that the Rev. J. Stechnan IHack 
was largely instrumental in bringing them to 
Christ. 

II.-i, I (first wife), Flora McKethan, married 
Bembery Colield. Went to Georgia, long lost 
to view. • 

II. -I, 2, Alexander McKethan, married Fdiza- 
beth Geddic. Issue, six children: i, Flora 
Ann. 2, Mary Catharine. 3, Amanda. 4, 
Christian. 5, John. 6, Alexander. 

Have failed to get this, after earnest trial. 
Record goes little further. 

II.-i, 3 (second wife), Grissella McKethan, 
married Daniel Blue Murphy. They were child- 
less. They lived and died in Cumljerland 
county, on the Fayetteville road, about four 
miles below the Bluff Church. 

II. -I, 4 (second wife, 2), Cyrus McKethan, 

married . Moved to Alabama. I could 

get no more information. 

II.-I, 5 (second wife, 3), Robert McKetiian, 
died, unmarried, in Texas, in mature life. 

II.-I, 6 (second wife, 4), Darius McKethan, 
died, unmarried, in North Carolina, a young 
man. 

II.-I, 7 (second wife, 5), Daniel McKethan, 
married, late in life, Catharine McAllister, his 
early love, and they lived and died at her old 
home, near the river road to Fayetteville, and 
about six miles from the Bluff Church. They 
left no issue. 

II.-I, 8 (second wife, 6), John W. McKethan 



32 Genealogical Record. 

(Jack), died unmarried, at the home of his 
sister, Mrs. D. B. Murphy. This leaves us no 
possibiUty of issue, unless from Cyrus Mc- 
Kethan, II.-i, 4, and of him no more is known 
than is written above. 
II.-2, I (first husband), Grissella Galbraith, 
married John Galbraith. 



11.-2, 2, Angus Galbraith, married Elizabeth 
Blue. 



11.-2, 3 (second husband), Robert Kyle. 



11.-2, 4 (second husband, 2), John Kyle. 



II.-3, 4, Eliza Phillips (Lizzie), married Dun- 
can McLeran. Issue: i, William Campbell. 2, 
Margaret Isabella. 3, Angus James. 4, Neill 
Alexander. 5, David Stephen (all died unmar- 
ried). 6, Janet Armstrong, married Charles 
H. Snider in 1858. 

II.-3, 5, Grissella Phillips, married William B. 
Martin. Issue: i, Ulysses Lewis. 2, Espra 
Ann. 3, James. 4, William B., Jr. 5, Mattie 
Hill. 6, Mary. 7, Joseph. 

IL-3, 6, John W. Phillips, married Catharine 
Wiggins. Issue: i, John Morgan. 2, Jennie. 

IL-4, I, Alfred Augustus McKethan, married 
Loveday McAllister. He was an excellent 



Genealogical Record, 33 

man. He established in Fayetteville, N. C, the 
largest carriage manufactory in the South. He 
lived and died an honored citizen of that grand 
old town. He was intensely loyal to the South, 
''a good old rebel." His wife, a helpmeet in- 
deed, lived to be nearly ninety years of age, 

. older than any of the McAllister name. Issue: 
I, Hector McAllister. 2, Edwin Turner. 3, 
Alfred Augustus, Jr. 

I, Hector McAllister, was the distinguished 
colonel of the Fifty-first North Carolina Regi- 
ment, C. S. A., wounded at Fort Harrison, and 
had a star shot off his coat collar ; died unmar- 
ried in Fayetteville. 

2j Edwin Turner was an A. B., University of 
North Carolina, lieutenant C. S. A., elder in 
Fayetteville First Church, - and originator of 
work in Campbellton which may develop into 
the second church. 

3, Alfred Augustus, Jr., was lieutenant of the 
Fiflv-first North Carolina Regiment, C. S. A., 
wounded at Cold Harbor, student at Washing- 
ton and Lee University, and succeeded his 
father at the old stand and in the old home, 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

n.-4, 2, Margaret McLeran, married John 
Murphy. Went to Texas before i860. Issue: 
I, Lizzie Morehead. 2, Jennie. 3, Oscar. 4, 
Fannie. 

n.-4. 3. Grissella McLeran, married, first, 
James D. McCallum ; second, Martin Jernigan. 
Issue by first husband: i, Evander. 2, Alfred 
Augustus. 3, Mary Eliza. 4, Laura. (All 



34 Genealogical Record. 

died unmarried but "4.") Issue by second hus- 
band : 5, John Jernigan, who, if aUve, is in 
Texas, whither the family went soon after the 
mother's second marriage. Laura was the 
adopted daughter of her uncle, A. A. Mc- 
Kethan, Sr., grew up a lovely woman, and is 
now the happy wife of a Presbyterian elder, 
and the mother of a lovely family. They live 
in Fayetteville. 
1 1 1. -I, I, Malcolm McNeill, Jr., married Chris- 
tian Norrington. 



III.-i, 2, Janet McNeill, married Gentry. 



III.-i, 3, Neill McNeill. 



III.-i, 4, Ann McNeill, married CHnard, 

of Tennessee. 



III.-I, 5, Archibald McNeill. 



III.-2, I, Sarah McNeill, married Daniel 
Shaw. Had a son, John McNeill Shaw, for 
whom I have searched in vain. 



III.-2, 2, Flora McNeill, married Henry At- 
kins. 



Genealoctcat. Record. 35 

III.-2, 3, John McNeill (priest), married Rox- 
anna Worth, daughter of Governor Worth, of 
North CaroHna. Issue: 1, Martitia. born Sep- 
tember 22, 1852. 2. SalHe, born October 15, 
18^4. 3, Corneha (Xehe), born January 20, 

1857. 

III.-2, 4, 5, 6, died in childhood and youth. 

III.-2, 7, David McNeill, was blown up on a 
steamboat at Memphis, Tenn., in 183 1. 

111.-2, 8 (second wife, i), Janet Ann McNeill, 
married Robert Harris, Linden, N. C. Issue: 
T, Anna Roberta. 2, Mary Carolina. 

II 1.-2, 9 (second wife, 2), Martin McNeill, of 
infirm mind ; lived and died with his sister, 
Mrs. Harris. 

TIT. -3, I, Ann Atkins, married, first. Col. Dun- 
can McLean (she was his second wife). Issue: 
I, Janet McNeill. Married, second, John 
Spears. Issue: 2, John A. Spears. 

II I. -3, 2, Janet Atkins, married Alexander Mc- 
Dougald, January i, 1824. Issue: i, Ann x\t- 
kins. 2, John Alexander. 3, Catharine. 4, 
Daniel. 5, Janet Ann Alexander. 

III.-3, 3, Died unmarried. 

IIT.-3, 4, John Lewis Atkins, married Mary 
Jane Stewart. Issue: i, Neill Stewart. 2, 
James A. 3, Grissella Stewart. 4, John Hec- 
tor. 5, Janet Isabella. 6, Benjamin lea. 7, 
Robert. 8, Henrietta. 9, Lewis. 

III.-3, 5, Flora Isabella Atkins, married 
DaVid^McNeill, elder Bluff Church. She died 
February 17, 1899. Issue: i, Catharine Isa- 
bella. 2, Janet. 3, Alexander Duncan. 4 and 



36 Genealogical Record. 

5, John James and Flora Ann, died in child- 
hood. 

III.-3, 6, Catharine Atkins, married Major 
Archibald Cameron, a fine violinist. Issue: i, 
John Atkins ("Scog"), Unuin sed Iconciii. 
A. B. University of North Carolina. Soldier 
Fifteenth North Carolina Regiment, C. S. A. ; 
teacher; elder Snmmerville, N. C. Died in the 
prime of life, in April, 1891. 

IIL-4, I, Archibald Alexander McKay, mar- 
ried Catharine McMillan, born February 11, 
1810; died October, 1878 (Arkansas), daugh- 
ter of Rev. M. McMillan. Issue: i, Jane Mc- 
Kay. 2, Neill McKay (Tennessee). 3, Fan- 
nie. 4, Flora Ann. 5, Murdoch Murphy. 6, 
John Ramsay. 

Rev. Murdoch McMillan preached the first 
Presbyterian sermon on Chickasaw Bluff, 
where Memphis now stands. 

IIL-4, 2, Janet McKay, died in childhood. 

ITI.-4, 3, Malcolm McKay,^ married, first, Isa- 
bella McCrainnie ; second, Anabella McKellar. 
• Issue by first wife: i, Archibald McNeill. 2, 
John A. D. 3, Nancy Isabella. 4, Mary Janet. 
Issue by second wife: 5, Malcolm McNeill. 6, 
Peter McKellar. 7, William Thornwell. 

III.-4, 4, Ann Gilchrist McKay, died unmar- 
ried in North Carolina, buried at Summerville, 
N. C. 

III.-4, 5, Murphy McKay, died unmarried, in 
Arkansas, buried at Summerville, N. C. 

' Elder in Summerville church, Fayetteville Presby- 
tery. 



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III.-4, 6, Neill McKay (Rev., D. D.), married, 
first, Sarah Adaline James, of South Carohna, 
(laughter of Rev. Robert James; second, Annie 
]]. S. i'ettigrew, of North Carohna ; third, 
Alarg-aret Murchison, of North Carohna. Issue 
by first wife: i, Corneha Adahne. 2, Mary 
Louise. Two sons and a daughter named Sa- 
rah James died in infancy (i, 3, 5). 

The second wife died, and was buried with 
her new-born twins at SummerviUe, N. C. The 
Rev. Joseph C. Huske, of Fayettevihe (Epis- 
copal) conducted the service. Mrs. Josephine 
McKay ("Tennessee NeiU's'' good wife), Wil- 
ham Wilhams, of Fifth North Carohna Cav- 
alry, and D. S. McAllister, cadet at Hillsboro' 
Military Academy, sat up and watched with the 
precious remains the night preceding the 
burial. 

Issue by third wdfe : 8, Fannie Reid. 

1 1 1. -4, 7, John W. McKay, M. D., married Mary 
E. James, of South Carolina, the younger 
daughter of Rev. Robert W. James, and only 
sister of Sarah Adaline, the wife of Rev. Neill 

McKay. She was born ; died June, 1899. 

Issue: I, Wilson James. 2, Sarah Lavinia. 3, 
Neill Malcolm. 4, Flora Margaret. 5, Mary 
Isabella. 6, John Jay. 7, Robert Murj)hy. 8, 
infant son, no name. (3, 6 and 8 died in in- 
fancy.) 

IIL-4, 8, Flora Isat?ella McKay, married Col. 
Alexander Murchison. Childless. 

III.-4, 9, Sarah Jane Catharine McKay, mar- 
ried Capt. Elias Bryan, Haywood, N. C. (was 



38 Genealogical Record. 

second wife). Issue: i, Neill McKay. 2, Anna 
Catharine. 3, James Everett. 4, Murdock 
Murphy. 5, Rosa. 6, Elwood. 

III.-4, 10 (See I.-3-1, i), Mary E. McKay, 
married, first, Dr. Murdoch MacLeod ; second, 
Col. Kenneth Murchison. Issue by first 
husband: i, Mary Murdoch MacLeod. 2, 
Isabella Catherine (died in childhood). Issue 
by second husband : 3, McKay Murchison. 4, 
Kenneth Hill Murchison (died in infancy). 5, 
Kate White Murchison. 6, Kenneth Murchi- 
son. 

in.-5, I, Sophia Atkins, married John Drake, 
settled in Tennessee. Issue, five children. 

]n.-5, 2, Annie Jane Atkins. 

IIL-5, 3, Isabella Atkins, married James Reid. 
Childless. 

III-5, 4, Benjamin F. Atkins, married Lizzie 
Milburn, of Texas. Issue: i, Hallie Milburn 
Atkins. 

Colonel Atkins is said to have been a remark- 
ably handsome man, whose appearance in any 
assembly of people would elicit the question, 
''Who is that man?" He was also one of very 
fine abilities, but his life seems to have been 
blighted by the killing with his own hand of 
Mr. Archibald McDiarmid, a rival candidate 
for legislative honors in North Carolina. It is 
said that they were seen earnestly talking to- 
gether at a place where they had met for public 
speaking. McDiarmid threw up his hand as if 
to strike, and Atkins shot him. He then 
stooped over the prostrate body, felt for the 



Genealogical Record. 39 

now still heart, and rising said, "Gentlemen, 
/ siirrciitfcr myself to tJic laz^'s of my country." 
Two great families divided on the issue. There 
was a great trial. Atkins was cleared by a wit- 
ness, who, having testified that Atkins threat- 
ened to kill AIcDiarmid, was compelled on cross 
examination to say that this threat, so unusual 
for Atkins, was called forth by a like threat 
reported from McDiarmid. 

I.-2-3, I , JosEPPi McAllister, Winslow, N. C. 

I.-2-3, 2, Anne Eliza McAllister, married 
James C. Nixon, of Topsail Sound, N. C, Feb- 
ruar) 20, 1878. Issue: i, James Sexton, born 
November 20, 1878. 2, Raymond McAllister, 
born October 21, 1880. 3, Clifford Williams, 
born October 9, 1882. 4, Anne Irene, born 
March 12, 1884. 5, Guthrie, born October 6, 
1886. 6, Nora and (7) Cora Lee, born April 
17, 1888 (twins). 8, Norwood Foy, born 
March 26, 1891 ; died August 4, 1891. 

I.-2-8, I, Alice McAllister, married 

Morgan, 302 South Street, Washington, D. C. 
Issue, five children : 2, Ellen McAllister, mar- 
ried . 3, Annie Wright McAllister, mar- 
ried . 4, Loveday McAllister, married 

. 5, Luta McAllister, married Goodwyn, 

Durham, N. C. 

I.-2-9, 2, Rosa McMannen, married Jasper 
Mann, Apex, N. C. Issue: i, Lura, who. with 
her father, lives at Apex, N. C. 

L-3-1, I (see TTT.-4, to), Kenneth Mirciii- 
SON, married, first, Catharine McNeill ; second, 
Mrs. Mary ]\IacKay McLeod. Issue by first 



40 Genealogical Record. 

wife: I, William E. Muchison. 2, John A. 
Murchison. Issue by second wife : 3, McKay 
Murchison. 4, Kenneth H. Murchison (died 
in infancy). 5, Kate White Murchison. 6, 
Kenneth Murchison. 

L-3-1, 2, Flora Eliza Murchison, married 
James P. Hodges. Issue: i, John Hodges. 2, 
Ida Hodges. 3, J. Allison Hodges, M. D. 

I.-3-1, 3 (see HI.-2, 8), Janet Ann McNeill, 
married Robert Harris. Issue: i, Anna Ro- 
berta Harris. 2, M. Carolina Harris. 

L-3-2, I, Susanna Harrison McLean, married 
James P. Edmundson, Post-office, Leachburg, 
N. C. Issue: i, Mary, born November 5, 1861. 
2, Kate, born January i, 1865. 3, Susie, born 
August 29, 1867. 4, Wright, born April 23, 
1870. 5, John McLean, born March 29, 1872. 
6, James R., born February 13, 1874. 7, Ed- 
ward Stanley, born December 31, 1877. 8, 
Maude, born June 27, 1880. 9, Alice, born Oc- 
tober 29, 1883. 

L-3-2, 2, Mary Eliza McLean, married Boaz 
Young, Post-office, Leachburg, N. C. Issue: 
I, Elizabeth Winnifred, born February 28, 
1868. 2, Sarah Louisa, born September 24, 
1870. 3, Cornelius Conley, born May 18, 1873. 
4, Dixie Lacy, born December 7, 1875. 5' Nel- 
lie Leach, born April 9, 1878. 6, Lena, born 
November 7, 1880. 7, Walter, born April 30, 
1883. 8, Lillian Burwell, born Januarv 26, 
1884. 

L-3-3, T, Annie Jane McLean, married Daniel 
Mclntyre, 1856. Issue: i, Flora Mclntyre, 



Genealogical Record. 41 

born August, 1857; married Stephen B. 
-Worthy; died 1879; childless. 2, Isabella, 
died 1877. 3, Alexander. 4, Peter. 5, Annie. 
6, Katie. 

I. -3-3, 2, John Tyler McLean, M. D., married 
Edith r)yril. Issue: i, Kate. 2, Todie (1 tliink^ 
pet name for Flora). 3, Alexander. 

I.-3-3, 3, Louisa Fannie McLean, married 
John N. Howard, of Hampstead, Pender 
county, N. C. She was his second wife. Is- 
sue: I, Roberta Lee, born January 3, 1866. 2, 
Lewis Jackson, born Aui>-ust 21, 1868. 3, Cath- 
arine Elizabeth, born January 19, 1871. 4, 
John Alexander, born August 2, 1873. 5, Mary 
McD.. born October 7, 1875. 6, Daniel Archi- 
bald, born June 21, 1878. 7, Joseph Carr, born 
July II, 1 88 1. 

L-3-3, 4, Flora Margaret McLean, died 
young. 

L-3-3, 5' Mary Cattie McLean, married Dun- 
can McL. Sexton. She was his second wife. 
Issue: I, Catharine McLean Sexton^ born Sep- 
tember II, 1878. 

L-3-3, ^» Daniel Hugh McLean, Esq., married 
Mary IMcDougald, Post-office, Dunn, N. C. 
Issue: T, John Tyler, born March 8, 1881. 2, 
Alfred McKethan, born October 29, 1883. 3, 
Mary C, born February 26, 1886. 4, Daniel 
Hugh, Jr., born June 20, 1890. 5, P)elle Gil- 
more, born September 22, 1896. 

L-3-4, T, I^ANiEL McLean Gkaiiam, M.D., mar. 
Lizzie Murphy. Issue: i, P>enjamin Robinson, 
born 1868. 2, Neill, born July 11, 1870; died 



42 Genealogical Record 

September 9, 1894. 3, Annie Elizabeth, born 
July 20, 1872. 4, Archibald McLean, born Oc- 
tober 28, 1873. Their home is Wallace, N. C. 

I. -3-4, 2, Flora Graham, married James Archi- 
bald McNeill, of Gonzales county, Texas. 7^^- 
sue: I, Mary McNeill. 2, Annis McNeill. 3, 
Sallie McNeill. 4, Maggie McNeill. 5, Flora 
McNeill. 6, A. Graham McNeill. 7, Bessie 
McNeill. 

L-3-4, 3, Archibald Graham, married Eliza 
Barry, of Wilmington, N. C, now living in 
Charlotte, N. C. Issue: i, Mary Owen. 2, 
Archibald. 3. Edward Kidder (graduated at 
University of North Carolina in 1898, with 
highest honors and orator's medal. 

I. -3-4, 4, Alexander Graham, married Katie 
Sloan, of Sampson county, N. C. (Superinten- 
dent Charlotte, N. C, city schools. Issue: 1, 
David Sloan Graham. 2, Archibald Wright 
Graham. 3, Neill Ray Graham. 4, Mary Gra- 
ham. 5, Hattie Graham. 6, Frank Porter Gra- 
ham. 7, George Graham. 8, Kate Graham. 9, 
Annie Graham. 

I.-3-4, 5, John Graham, married Francis Dan- 
iel, now living at Ridgeway, N. C. Issue: i, 
Anna Daniel Graham. 2, Flora May Graham. 
3, John Graham, Jr. 4, Maria Graham. 5, 
Virginia Graham. 6, William A. Graham. 

I.-3-4, 6, Neill Graham was physically lame 
on one side, but had a fine mind. He was born 
in 1850, and died 1870 while away from home 
teaching. 

L-3-5, I, Ellen Fillmore McLean. 



Genealogical Record. 43 

I -3-5, 2, Kate INIcLean. 

I -3-5, 3, ■\1akv AIcLean. 

1.-3-5, 4, Janet McLean. 

I. -3-5, 5, Alexander McLean. 

L-3-5, 6, John McLean. 



L-3-5, 7, Daniel McLean. 



L-3-7, 1, Bettje Jones, nuirricd Alvis Avcnt. 

Issue: I, Alvis A., Jr. Father, mother and son 

all sleep in Presbyterian churchyard, Summer- 

ville, N. C. 
L-3-7, 2, Flora Jones, married Walter Scott. 

(Reside in Arkansas.) 
L-3-7, 3' David Jones. 



L-3-7, 4, Daniel McL. Jones, lieutenant 

C. S. A., killed in battle. 
L-3-7, 5' Isabella Jones. 



L-3-7, 6, Saf.lik Jones. 



44 Genealogical Record. 

'^--3-7> 7> Nat. Jones, Jr. 

I. -3-7, 8, Robert Jones, Jr. 



I. -3-8, I, Daniel E. Greene, married Martha 
Dewar. Issue: i, Ella Greene. 2, Ida Greene. 
3, Delia Greene. 4, Julia Greene. 

I.-3-8, 2, Mary I. Greene, married James R. 
Grady, sheriff of Harnett county, N. C. Issue: 
I, Estelle. 2, Daniel McD. 3,' Flora McAllis- 
ter. 4, John. 5, James. 7, Hector McLean. 
8, Kate. 

L-3-8, 3, Flora Greene, married James P. 
Cutts. Issue: i, Berta. 2, Clarence. 3, Wil- 
liam. 4, Fabius. 5, Lillian. 6, Alice. 7, Flora. 
8, Hector McDougald. 

L-3-8, 4, John A. Greene, married Mary Shaw 
Stewart. Issue: 1, Stewart Greene, died of 
fever at college, age twenty, Trinity College, 
North Carolina. 2, Hector McLean, Jr. 3, 
Mary. 4, Alma. 5, Neill. 6, Eliza. 

L-3-8, 5, Hector McL. Greene, married Lla 
Alderman. Issue: i, Alice. 

L-3-8, 6, William Greene, married, first, Lizzie 
Spencer ; second, Bettie Byrd. Issue by first 
wife: I, Aldah Greene. 2, John Greene. 3, 
William Greene. Issue by second wife : 4, 
Laura. 5, Mary. 6, Paul. 7, Hugh. 

L-3-8, 7, Laura Greene, married, first, Erastus 
Byrd ; second, Albert Gregory. Issue by first 



Genealogical Record. 45 

husband : i, John Greene Byrd. 2, Kate Greene 
Byrd. Issue by second husband, none. 

I.-3-8, 8, Thomas Greene, married Christian 
Matthews. Issue: 1, Edward Greene. 2, Flos- 
sie Greene. 3, Lula Greene. 4, Laura Greene. 
5, Ora Greene. 

I.-3-8, 9, Robert L. Greene, married Carrie 
McN. Spears. Issue: 1, Ora Greene. 2, Lee 
Greene. 3, Clyde Greene. 4, Claude Greene. 
5, jMollie Greene. 

L-3-9, I, Maggie Shaw. 



L-3-10, I, (Miss) Douglas Cameron, married 
James K. Polk Harrington. Issue: 1, Janie 
Harrington. 2, Janet Harrington. 3, John 
McD. Harrington. 4, ^Vlan Cameron Harring- 
ton. 5, Mary Kate Harrington. 6, Irene Har- 
rington. 7j Marn Harrington. 

L-3-10, 2, James Cameron, died young, leaving 
no issue. 

L-3-10, 3, John McLean Cameron lives in 
Georgia, place not known. 

L-3-10, 4, Flora McAllister Cameron (de- 
ceased), married Neill McNeill Stewart (de- 
ceased). Issue: I, Flora McNeill Stewart, is 
the only living one of the family. 

L-3-10, 5, Marn Cameron, married William 
Faucette. Issue: i, Sarah James Faucctte. 2, 
Cameron Faucette. 

I-4-T, I, John Alexander ^TcLean, M. D., 
married Mary Ann Rowland. Issue: i, Julius 



46 Genealogical Record. 

McLean. 2, Riifns McLean. 3, Sallie Mc- 
Lean. 4, Lonnie McLean. 

L-4-3, I, John Archibald McLean, married 
. Lives in Favetteville, N. C. 

I-4-3, 2, Duncan Neill McLean (Methodist 

Episcopal preacher), married . Lives in 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

I-4-4, T, Janet Buie Sexton, born March 16, 
1837; married WilHam J. Long, Fifteenth 
North CaroHna Regiment, C. S. A., November 
15, 1859. issue: I, Mary Jane Long, born Sep- 
tember 15, i860. 2, Joseph Duncan Long, born 
January 31, 1863. 3, John Alexander Long, 
born July 6, 1865 ; died 1875. 4, William Sex- 
ton Long, born August 10, 1867. 5, Archibald 
McLean Long, born January 31, 1870. 6, 
Robert Coll Long, born March 11, 1872. 7, 
James Alexander Long, born June 20, 1874. 
8, George Hugh Long, born November 15, 
1876. 9, John Hector Long, born December 
10, 1878; died 1879. io» Flora McAllister 
Long, born December 13, 1880. 

L-4-4, 2, Duncan McL. Sexton, born August 
13, 1839; died February 17, 1880; married, 
first, Mary E. Johnston, January i, 1868; sec- 
ond, Mary Cattie McLean, November 22, 1877. 
Issue by first wife: i, Mary Elizabeth Sexton, 
born October 20, 1868. 2, Duncan McLean 
Sexton, born April 9, 1871. Issue by second 
wife : 3, Catharine McLean Sexton, born Sep- 
tember II, 1878. 

L-4-4, 3' Sarah Elizabeth Sexton, born May 
19, 1842; died December 11, 1874; married on 



Genealogical Record. 47 

June 23, 1867, H. H. V^estal, born May 18, 
1842; died January 8, 1874. Issue: i, Mary 
McAllister Vestal, born April 2, 1868. 2, Eliza 
Florence Vestal, 1)orn December 2[, 1870. 3, 
H. H. Vestal, Jr., ])()rn December 14, 1874; 
died 1893. 

T.-4-4, 4, James Alexander Sexton, M. D., 
born September 24, 1844; residence, Raleigh, 
N. C 

I.-4-4, 5, Archibald Neill Sexton, born April 
14, 1848. 

I.-4-4, 6, Wm. M. Sexton, Jr., born July 27, 
1850; married Laura Johnston (born Septem- 
ber 22, 1863), February 27, 1884. Issue: 

1, IMamie Lillian Sexton, born May 16, 1887. 

2, Sudie May Sexton, born August 26, 1888. 

3, William Hubert Sexton, born May 22, 1891. 

4, James Robert Sexton, born January 20, 
1894. 5, Stella McLean Sexton, born June i, 
1896. 

I -4-4, 7, Coll H. Sexton, M. D., born January 
3, 1856; married Irene Norman McKay, April 
27, 1898. 

L-4, 5, Piiiished on page 30. Hugh AlcLcan, 
died February 9, 1899. 

L-4, 6, Finished ou page 30. 

For H.-i, I, see page 31. 

n.-i-2, I (issue, first wife of John McKethan, 
Jr., page 26), Flora Ann McKethan. mar- 
ried Jackson Davis. 

n.-i-2, 2, Mary C. McKethan, married 

Monroe. 

IL-i-2, 3, Amanda McKethan. 



48 Genealogical Record. 

II.-1-2, 4, Christian McKethan. 

II.-1-2, 5, John McKethan. 

TI.-1-2, 6, Alexander McKethan, Jr. 



II.-1-2, T (second wife of John McKethan, Jr. ; 
no issue 2 unless from Cyrus, who is II.-i, 4; 
see pages 26 and 31 ) . 



IT.-2-1, I, (first husband, page 26), 2, 3, 4, etc. 
(no more known). 



11.-2-2, I, 2, 3, 4, etc. (no more known) 



II. -2-3, I (second husband, page 26), 2, 3, 4, etc. 



II.-2-4, I (second husband), 2, 3, 4, etc. 



11.-2-2, I (second husband, page 26), 2, 3. 4, etc. 



II. -3-4, i^ 2, 3, 4, 5 (all died unmarried. P. 32) 



Genealogical Record. 49 

II.-3-4, 6, Janet Armstrong McLeran, mar- 
ried, 1868, Cliarles H. Snider. Issue: i, 
Thomas Jefferson Snider. 2, Henry Dunean 
Snider. 3, Eliza Frances Snider. 4, Janet An- 
s^ella Snider. 5, Charles Alfred Snider. 6, 
W^illiam Angus. 7. Josephine Barschal Snider. 

II.-3-5, I, Ulysses L. Marttn, married Sophro- 
nia Kendrick. Issue: i, Lyssie Martin. 2, 
James Rivers Martin. 3, Nellie Martin. 4, 
Elizabeth Martin. 

II.-3-5, 2, Esi'RA Ann Martin, married F. C. 
Stewart. Issue: i, Annie E. Stewart. 2, 
Charles Stewart. 3, Mary Stewart. 4, Harry 
Stewart. 

n.-3-5, 3, James Martin, died unmarried. 

n.-3-5, 4, William B. Martin, Jr., married 
Amanda Garrett. Issue: i, Willie Martin 
(girl). 2, Augustus Martin. 

n.-3-5, 5, Mattie Hill Martin, Girard, Ala. 

n.-3- 5, 6, Mary Martin, married Larkin Cos- 
tin, who now lives at 127 Alexander Street, At- 
lanta, Ga., his wife having died July 23, 1893. 
Issue: i^ Etta Ann, died 1870, aged seven 
months. 2, Fred Costin, married, Augusta, 
Ga. 3, Eva May Costin, livens with her father. 

H.-3-5, 7, Joseph Martin, married Mary Pit- 
man. Issue: I, Thomas Martin. 

n.-3-6, t, John Morgan Phillips. 



n.-3-6, 2, Jennie Phillips, married Mark Wag- 
ner. Childless. 



50 Genealogical Record. 

II.-4-T, I, Hector McKethan, born September 
15, 1834; died November 6, 1881 ; was colonel 
of Fifty-first Regiment of North Carolina, 
C. S. A.; fine soldier, and a patriotic and in- 
tense Southerner; died a bachelor. 

II.-4-1, 2, Edwin Turner McKethan, born 
February 8, 1840; married Janie W. Robeson, 
of Bladen county, N. C. Issue: 1, Edwin R, 
McKethan, Esq., born September 7, 1869. 2, 
Alfred Augustus McKethan, Jr., born Novem- 
ber 13, 1 87 1. 3, John Alexander McKethan, 
born February 17, 1875. 4, David Gillespie 
McKethan, born December 19, 1877. 5, Eliza 
Street McKethan, born May 21, 1880; died 
October 5, 1884. 

II.-4-1, 3, Alfred Augustus McKethan, Jr., 
married, first, Katie McLaurin, born December 
31, 1848; died January 4, 1881. Married, sec- 
ond, Celia Utley, born October 5, 1848. Issue 
by first wife : i, Kate Douglas McKethan, born 
August 8, 1870. 2, Caroline McKethan, born 
August 31, 1 87 1. Augusta McKethan, born 
November 19, 1873. 4' William McL. Mc- 
Kethan, born August 6, 1876. 5, Janie Robe- 
son McKethan, born March 31, 1879. Issue 
by second wife : 6, Joseph Utley McKethan, 
born July 7, 1886. 7, Hector McAllister Mc- 
Kethan, born February 6, 1888. 

n.-4-2, I, Lizzie Morehead Murphy, married 
Williams, of Texas. 



n.-4-2, 2, Jennie Murphy. 



Genealogical Record. 51 

11.-4-2, 3, OSCAU ^IrRl'llY. 

II -4-2, 4, Fannie jMlrpuy. 



II.-4-3, 4 (i, 2, 3 died childless), 4, Laura AIc- 
Callum, married George G. Myrovcr, Presby- 
terian elder, Fayetteville, N. C. Issue: i, Mary 
Augusta Myrover. 2, Urbana Myrovcr. 3, 
Henry Myrover. 4, Laura Myrovcr. 5, Al- 
fred Myrover. 6, Jane Myrover. 7, George 
G, Myrover, Jr. 8, James Myrover. 

II.-4-3, 5 (second husband i), John Jernigan. 



III.-i-i, I. 



III.-i-i, 2. 



III.-i-i, 3. 



III.-1-2, I, 



III.-1-2, 2. 



III.-1-2, 3- 



52 Genealogical Record. 

III.-I-3, I. 

III.-I-3, 2. 
III.-I-4, I. 
IIL-i-4, 2. 



III.-I-4, 3, 



ni.-i-5, 1. 



111.-1-5, 2. 



III.-I-5, 3. 



III.-2-1, I, 



III.-2-1, 2. 



III.-2-1, 3. 



Genealogical Record. 53 

III.-2-2, I. 

111.-2-2, 2. 
III.-2-2, 3. 



III.-2-3, T, Martitlv McNeill, on June 7, 1883, 
married J. Marshall Williams, Sr., and was his 
second wife. Issue: 1, Roxana Worth Wil- 
liams. 2, Joel Williams. 3, J. Shepherd Wil- 
liams. 4, David Worth Williams. 5, Jane El- 
liot Williams ; died aged nine years. 

IJI.-2-3, 2, Sallie E. McNeill, on October 15, 
1872, married John Hodges. Issue: 1, Clara 
Hodges. 2, James Philemon Hodges. 3, David 
Worth Hodges. 4, Roxana Worth Hodges. 
5, John Murchison Hodges. 6, Sadie Hodges. 
7, Julia Hodges. 8, Frank Murphy Hodges. 
9, J. Allison Hodges, Jr. 10, Ruth. 2, 3, and 7 
died under one year old. 

ni.-2-3, 3, Cornelia E. McNeill, married 
George D. Elliott, on October 26, 1882. Issue: 
I, Cornelia Elliott. 2, Alexander Elliott. 3, 
Mary Elliott. 4, George Douglas Elliott. 5, 
Eunice Elliott. 6, Henry Elliott. 7, Emily 
Patterson Elliott. 

nT.-2-8, I C second wife i ; 4, 5, 6, see pages 27 
and 35), Anna Roberta Harrls, married 
John S. Mclver, of Sandford, N. C. Issue: 
None, and she is now dead. 



54 Genealogical Record. 

IIL-2-8, 2, Carolina Harris, married James 
M. Davis, of Fayetteville, N. C. Issue: i, 
Robert Harris Davis. 2, Effie May Davis. 3, 
Anna Roberta Davis. 4, Janet McN. Davis. 5, 
James Donald Davis. 

HI.-3-J, I (Vol. 2, 11.-4, PP )? Janet Mc- 
Neill McLean, married Alexander McAllis- 
ter. Issue: I, John Alexander McAllister, born 
February 12, 1840. 2, Anne Atkins McAllis- 
ter, born June 10, 1842. 3, David S. McAllis- 
ter, born April 29, 1845. David S. McAllister, 
A. B. Davidson College, class '71, and salut- 
atory oration ; B. D. Columbia Theological 
Seminary, class '74 ; licensed to preach by Fay- 
etteville Presbytery in July, 1873 ; ordained 
and installed pastor of Bennettsville and Great 
Pee Dee Presbyterian Churches ; by Harmony 
Presbytery, November 21, 1874; Red Bluff and 
Great Pee Dee, 1882^ after supplying church for 
a year ; Reedy Creek two years ; Great Pee Dee, 
now Blenheim, 1874 to 1891 ; called to Bethel 
Church, in Bethel Presbytery, York county, 
S. C, June, 1891 ; took, charge July 9th, and 
was installed pastor Saturday before first Sab- 
bath of October; Rev. Dr. English, Rev. Dr. 
J. H. Thorn well, Rev. S. H. Hay, with Elder 
Dr. A. D. Campbell, were the commission to 
install. Revs. N. W. Edmunds, E. H. Buist 
and W. J. McKay were the first commission ; 
Rev. W. J. McKay and H. M. Brearley at Red 
Bluff. Pastoral relation with Bethel dissolved 
April 20, 1899; supply in Rock Hill for ten 
months; called to Fairview Church (post- 



Genealogical Rfxord. 55 

office Fairview, S. C), Enoree Presbytery, 
June, 1900. 

III.-3-1, 2, John A. Spears, married Martha 
Turner. Issue: i, Oscar J. Spears. 2, Ella 
Spears. 3, Louisa Spears. 4, Jolin Spears. 5, 
Henry Spears. 6, Caroline McNeill Spears. 

111.-3-2, I, Ann Atkins McDougald, married 
James H. Withers, of Kentucky, and they lived 
with her parents, ten miles from Summerville, 
Harnett county, N. C. Issue: i, John Withers. 
2, Samuel Withers. 3, James Withers. 4, 
Daniel Withers. 5, Abner Withers. 6, Alex- 
ander W^'thers. 

ni.-3-2, 2, John A. McDougald, M. D., never 
married. 

ni.-3-2, 3, Catharine McDougald, married 
Dr. B. C. Williams, and had no children. 

ni.-3-2, 4, Daniel McDougald, A. B., Univer- 
sity of North Carolina, attorney-at-law, captain 
of Fifteenth North Carolina Reg'iment, C.S.A., 
wounded in thig-h at Malvern Hill, and died in 
1862. One of the brightest men of his genera- 
tion. 

To Captain Danl. McDougald, 

Who fell mortally wounded in the fight at Malvern Hill. He coinmanded 
the Harnett Light Infantry of 15th N. C. T. 

Sleep, friend and hero, sweetly sleep, 
Secure from rugged war's alarms. 

Whilst o'er our land its whirlwinds sweep. 
And bugles sound " to arms ! to arms ! " 

Thou hear'st no more the angry strife 

Of armies rushing fiercely on, 
To fields where glory, honor, life, 

Are sternly lost or bravely won. 



56 Genealogical Record. 

Thy patriot heart beats high no more 
To see thy country's banner wave, 

To hear her trusty cannon roar, 
Or war-song chanted by the brave. 

'Neath Malvern's dark and bloody brow 
The vandal's missile laid thee low ; 

Thou bravely met'st thy fate, and now 
The shrubs of mourning o'er thee grow. 

Thy war-worn comrades will return, 

And fire the solemn farewell shot 
Above their young commander's urn, 

A sad yet hallowed spot. 

Then sleep, dear friend, the cause you loved 

Defended in the glorious fight, 

Heroes will save with hearts unmoved; 

God will protect the right. 

J. A. S. 

SUMMERVILLE, N. C, Allg.j 1862. 

III.-3-2, 5, Janet A. A. McDougald, died un- 
married, May 7, 1867. 

III.-3-4, I, Neill S. Atkins, married Georgia 
Gaston. He lost an arm in C. S. A., Fifteenth 
North Carolina Troops. Issue: i, Mary Gas- 
ton Atkins. 

III.-3-4, 2, James A. Atkins, M. D., married 
Ella Spears. Issue: i, Turner Atkins. 2, Neill 
Stewart Atkins. 3, Oscar Atkins. 

III.-3-4, 3, Grissella S. Atkins, married Dr. 
John McCormick. Issue: i, Alary McCormick. 
2, John McCormick. 3, Anna McCormick. 4, 
James McCormick. 6, Archibald McCormick. 
y, Grissella McCormick. 



Genealogical Record. 57 

111.-3-4. 4, John Hector Atkins, unmarried 
(1898); good soldier, Third Nordi Carolina 
Cavalry, C. S. A. 

Ill -3-4, 5, Benjamin Ica Atkins. 



IIT.-3-4, 6, Janet Tsaiiella Atkins, married 
W. F. Marsh. Issue: r, Lena Marsh. 2, John 
Marsh. 3, Rohert Marsh. 4, William Marsh. 
5, Brooks Marsh. 6, Mary Marsh. 7, Charles 
Marsh. 8, James Marsh. 9, Walter Marsh. 

III.-3-4, 7, Robert Atkins, single. 



1 1 1. -3-4, 8, Henrietta Atkins, married Archi- 
hald I'ethea. Issue: i, Mary Bediea. 2, Gris- 
sella B>ethea. 

ni.-3-4, 9, Louis S. Atkins, an excellent young 
man, clerk in Post-office Department, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

nL-3-5, I, Catharine L McNeill, married 
Louis A. Page. Issue: i, David Anderson 
Page, born 1857. 2, Sallie Helen Page, born 
186 r. 3, Mary Isabel TXge, born 1866. 4, 
Jesse Warden Page, born 1868. 5, Alexander 
McNeill Page, born 1871. 6, James Sexton 
Page, born 1875. 7. Louis Wilson Page, born 
1880. 

III.-3-5, 2, was of infirm mind ; died at the age 
of forty years. 

III.-3-5, 3, Alexander D. McNeill, married 
Susan Ann Bell. Issue: i, David R. McNeill, 



58 Genealogical Record. 

Lake City, Fla. 2, John A. McNeill. 3, James 
15. McNeill. 4, Margaret I. McNeill. 5, 
Robert E. McNeill. 6,"Catharine McNeill. 7, 
Susan McNeill. 8, Alexander McNeill. 

II I. -3-5, 4 and 5 died young, lovely children, 
page 36. 

111.-3-6, I, John Atkins Cameron, married 
Lucy E. Martin. Issue: i, Kate Cameron. 2, 
Fannie Cameron. 3, Bessie Cameron. 4, Mary 
McKay Cameron. 5, Archibald Cameron, died 
aged eighteen years. 

111.-4-1, I, Jane McKay, married Jackson C. 
Ravvlings, Austin, Ark. Issue: i, Flora Mc- 
Kay. 2, Rachel Eoline. 3, Coralyn. 4, Kate. 
5, Archie Jackson. 6, Sallie Ann. 

III.-4-1, 2, Neill McKay, married Josephine 
Cranor. Issue: i, Cora McKay. 2, Prentice 
McKay. 3. Neill McKay. 4, Fannie McKay. 
5, Felix McKay. 6, Rufus McKay. 7, John 
M'cKay. 8, Paul McKay. 9, Fred McKay. 
10, Aloore McKay. 11, Josephine McKay. 

III.-4-1, 3, Fannie McKay, married H. T. Mc- 
Kay, Wichita, Kan. Issue: i, Kate P. McKay, 
born November 22, 1854. 2, Belle B. McKay, 
born February 12, 1856. 3, Fannie Thomas 
McKay, born August 18, 1857. 4, Izilla M. 
McKay, born January 2, 1859. 5' Nettie Jane 
McKay, born June 14, i860. 6, Flora Anna 
McKay, born March 10, 1862. 7, Harry M. 
McKay, born March 18, 1864. 
Henry Thomas McKay and Fannie McKay, 

daughter of A. A. and Katharine McKay, were 

married at home, near Memphis, Tenn., January 



Genealogical Record. 59 

4, 1854, by Rev. J. H. Grey, D. D. pastor of Sec- 
ond Presbyterian Church, in Memphis. They 
moved to Arkansas March 25, 1856, and located 
on a large plantation of the Mississippi bottom 
lands, near Helena, Ark., where he was known 
well, and respected by all as a good man and a 
successful planter. His was the life of a true 
man, a true Christian, was ruling elder in the 
Presbyterian Church at Helena, of which Rev. 
T. R. Welsh, late of Little Rock, was pastor. 
Theirs was a happy life, and its tenor flowed 
evenly on until the last year of the war l)c- 
tween the States. None need be told the 
trials of the South at that period. With 
property all gone and little to begin life 
anew, they were ever hopeful. In April, 1863, 
he moved from Helena to a small farm in 
Lonoke county, where he was assassinated two 
years later at his own doorstep, leaving a wife 
and six children. Life for the lonely wife after 
this was no easy problem, and oftentime might 
have been almost ready to despair had it not been 
for her faith in God, and kind friends who came 
to her aid. Amongst those who will ever find a 
bright place in the memory of her and her family 
are Dr. Thomas R. Welsh, and Rev. J. W. Moore. 
To Dr. Welsh is due the education of her chil- 
dren, and to Rev. Moore his ever ready sympathy 
and advice, as well as many other substantial 
gifts. Now her work of raising her family is all 
done, and well done, and, still in the prime of life 
at the age of sixty-six years, she can look back 
on her past as a troubled dream. Her home is 



6o Genealogical Record. 

with her oldest Hving child, Mrs. Williams and 
her husband. 

To H. T. and Fannie McKay were born seven 
children. The oldest, Kate Phereba McKay, was 
born November 22, 1854. She was married to 
R. P. Wilcox March 4, 1875, by Rev. T.R.Welsh, 
D. D., of Little Rock, Ark. To them was born 
one girl, named Maggie McKay Wilcox. After 
the death of her husband, which occurred Octo- 
ber 31, 1876, she maintained herself and child 
by occupying her husband's position in the Belle- 
fonte College. On November 5, 1879, she was 
married to Rev. F. A. Jeffett, of the First M. E. 
Church, South, at Bellefonte, Ark., by Rev. W. 
W. Killough. To this happy couple were born 
five children — one girl, Fannie Annett Jeffett, and 
four boys, Frank Asbury Jeffett, William, 
Fletcher and Sidney Julks Jeff'ett. Frank Asbury 
died at the age of eight months. Thomas, their 
second son, died at the age of two years, six 
months. After years of patient, loving labor for 
her little family, Kate Jeffett died the death of a 
child of God, June 26, 1890, at Searcy, Ark., 
leaving a devoted husband and four children. 
Much might be said of this lovely woman, many 
quotations from expressions of her many friends, 
but w^ords are inadequate to express the love and 
respect of all who knew her. As a daughter and 
sister she was ever kind and true^ a devoted wife, 
a faithful, patient mother. 

The second daughter, Bell Bethune McKay, 
was born February 12, 1856, near Memphis, 
Tenn. She was married to R. S. Powers, a me- 



Genealogtcat. Ri-xord. 6i 

chanic, October 25, 1876, at Sylvania, Ark., by 
the Rev. R. S. Crozier. To them were born three 
boys, Arthur Foster, John Lewis and Henry Wil- 
Ham Powers. After a short and happy hfe as 
wife and mother, liell Bethune Powers died as 
she had hved. a true and devoted Christian, Octo- 
ber 14, 1881, in MorreUon, Ark. She was faith- 
ful in all the relations of life ; as a daughter, duti- 
ful and loving- ; as a wife, a true helpmeet to her 
husband ; as a mother, tender and watchful. God 
gave to her three boys, which she dedicated to 
his service, and tried to impress upon them the 
blessed lessons of truth which she had long be- 
fore learned from the lips df a pious and loving 
mother. 

The third daughter, Fannie Tom McKay, was 
born August 18, 1857, at her grandfather's, 
Archie McKay, near Austin, Ark. She was mar- 
ried November 5, 1880, to Robert Williams, from 
Longford, Ireland, now located in Wichita, Kan., 
and doing a merchandise brokerage business. No 
children were born to them. 

Fourth daughter, Izilla Mooney, was born 
January 2, 1859, ^^ Helena, Ark., and died at the 
age of two years and five months. 

Fifth daughter, Netty Jane McKay, Avas born 
June 14, i860, near Helena, Ark. She was mar- 
ried to J. F. Walker May 27, T875, at her home, 
Sylvania, Ark., by Rev. R. S. Crozier. Hon. J. F. 
Walker is well known throughout the South, hav- 
ing held many honorable positions in the State of 
Arkansas. He is now living in Southern Mis- 
souri, and is professor of schools. To this couple 



62 Genealogical Record. 

were born a large family of two boys and six 
girls — John Fletcher, Edna Earl, Prentice 
Knight, Fannie Bell, Kate Jeffett, Myrtle Green, 
Ruby Williams and Hallie J. Walker. Of these 
all are living except Prentice Knight, wdio died 
at the age of eleven months. John Fletcher is 
married, has two children, Sybil and Edna. The 
first great-grandchildren of H. T. and Fannie 
McKay. 

Sixth girl, Flora Anna McKay, w^as born 
March lo, 1862. She was married to S. P. Green, 
M. D., August 12, 1883, at Bellefonte, Ark., by 
Rev. J. P. Caloway, M. E. Church, South. No 
children were born to this couple, though they 
have done the good work of rearing two, Maggie 
McKay Wilcox and Arthur Foster Powers, since 
the death of their mothers. Foster Powers, with 
Dr. Green, is now in the gold fields of Klondike. 

The seventh, a boy, Henry Murphy McKay, 
was born March 18, 1864. He was married to 
Miss Eva Irene Hazen, November 15, 1885, at 
Bellefonte, Ark., by Rev. L. Stogton. To them 
six children are born — four girls and two boys, 
Flodie Olive McKay, Lillie Norine McKay, 
Thomas Hazen McKav, Doc Williams McKav, 
Anna Irena McKay and Izilla McKay. Henry 
M. McKay made the run for a new home in the 
Oklahoma Territory February, 1894. He secured 
a good farm claim, which is now his home. 

John Fletcher Walker, son of J. T. and Nettie 
Walker, was married to Miss Jennie Hughes, 
September 6, 1896. Fletcher, like his father, is 
professor of schools. To them are born two little 



Genealogicai. Record. 63 

eirls — Svbil S. Walker and Edna E. Walker, first 

children of the fourth generation of A. A. and 

Katharine McKay. 

III.-4-T, 4, Flora McKay, married Clarke. 

Issue: 1, Mary. 2, Clem. 3, Julia. 4, George. 

III.-4-1, 5. Murphy McKay, married Julia 
Clarke. Issue: i, Jennie Vaughn McKay. 2, 
George Payne McKay. 3. Fannie Kate McKay. 

in.-4-i, 6, John McKay, married Miss Pitman. 
Issue: I. Mattie McKay. 2, Johnnie McKay 
(girl), died without issue. 3, Archibald Alex- 
ander McKay. 

in.-4-3. I, Archibald McN. McKay, M. D., 
married Henrietta Williams. No issue. 

]n.-4-3, 2, John A. D. McKay, major C. S. A., 
married Lou Harper, in Arkansas. Issue: i, 
Malcolm McKay. 2, John McKay, Jr. 3, Min- 
nie McKay. 4, Harvey McKay. 

nL-4-3, 3, Nancy I. McKay, married James R. 
Fleming, M. D. Issue: i, Alma Fleming. 

ni.-4-3, 4, Mary Janet McKay, not married 
in 1900. A most excellent woman and an ac- 
complished pianist. 

ni.-4-3, 5, Malcolm McN. McKay. 



nL-4-3, 6, P. McKellar McKay, died in in- 
fancy. 
nL-4-3, 7' William Thorn well McKay. 



nL-4-6, I, Cornelia Adaline McKay, married 
Major M. McR. McLaughlin, Cheraw, S. C. 



64 Genealogical Record. 

Issue: 1, Neill. 2, Mary Belle. 3, William E. 

4, Sallie James, died in infancy. 

111.-4-6, 2, Mary L. McKay, married Silas Sal- 
mon. Issue: I, William Edward. (2, Neill 
McKay; 3, Fannie Louise, twins.) 

111.-4-6, 3, Fannie Reid McKay. 

IIL-4-7, I. Rkv- Wilson J. McKay, D. D., 

Mayesville, S. C, married Sallie Witherspoon. 

Issue: I, John Wilson McKay. 2, Hamilton 

W. McKay. 3, Nancy W. McKay. 4, Robert 

M. McKay. Two infants deceased. 

IIL-4-7, 2, Sarah L. McKay, married R. M. 
Mclntyre, Wilmington, N. C. Issue: i, John 
McK. Mclntyre. 2, Mary W. Mclntyre. 3, 
Robert E. Mclntyre. 4, Louise Mclntyre. 

5, Walter H. Mclntyre. 6, Alline Mclntyre. 7, 
Florrie Mclntyre. 8, Charlie Mclntyre. 9, 
William Mclntyre. 

III.-4-7, 3, Flora McKay, noble woman, un- 
married. 

111.-4-7, 4» Mary I. McKay, married Captain 
Theodore Malloy, of Cheraw, S. C. No issue. 

IIL-4-7, 5. Robert M. McKay, A. B. Davidson 
College ; deacon in Presbyterian Church ; lives 
at the family home in Cheraw, S. C, with his 
sister Flora. 

IIL-4-8, page Z7- 

III.-4-9, I, Neill McKay Bryan, Aberdeen, 
N. C, married Emma Leach. Issue: i, McKay 
Bryan. 2, Middleton Bryan. 



Genealogicai. Rixord. 65 

111.-4-9, 2, Anna C. 1>rvan, married Dr. A. V. 

Uudcl, Durham, N. C. Issue: i, Rose Budd. 

2, Phil Budd. 3, Bryan Budd. 4, Walter 

Budd. 
III.-4-9, 3, James En'erett Bryan, married 

Laura Parham. Issue: i, Kittie May Bryan. 

2. Julian Bryan. 3, Laura Bryan. 4, Clintoi-k 
Bryan. 5, Gladys Bryan. 6, Everett Bryan, 
Jr. 7. Alona Bryan. Two last killed by light- 
ning" in 1896. 

IIL-4-9, 4' Rosa Bryan, married Parrish. Child- 
less. 

IIL-4-9, 5, Murphy Bryan, married Cora Mc- 
Kay. Issue: I, Evelyn Bryan. 2, James Bryan. 

3, Fannie Kate Bryan. 4, Louise Bryan. 5, 
Neill Bryan. 6, Murphy Bryan. 7, Mary 
Bryan. 8, Pauline. 

in. -4-9, 6, Elwood Bryan, married Emma 

Parker. Issue: 1, Catharine Bryan. 2, Elwood 

Br van, Jr. 
in.-4-io, I (see L-3-1-1, I, page 39), Mary M. 

McLeod, married W. E. Murchison, Esq., 

Jonesboro, N. C. Issue: i, Murdoch. 2, Kate. 

3, Pearl. 4, Maggie B. 5, Shipp. 6, Kenneth. 

7, Walter. 
in.-4-io, 2 (second husband i), N. McKay 

Murchison. 



in.-4-TO, 3 (second hus1:)and 2), Kenneth H. 

Murchison, died an infant. 
IIL-4-10, 4 (second husband 3) Kate White 

Murchison. 



66 Genealogical Record. 

III.-4-10, 5 (second husband 4), Kenneth 

MURCHISON. 

III.-5-1, I, 2, 3 (missing). Page 38. 
III.-5-2, I, 2, 3 (missing). Page 38. 

111.-5-3. I. 2, 3 (missing). Page 38. 

They went to Tennessee, settled there, and I 
have not been able to complete their record. — 
McA. ^^^-\sjl< 

III.-5-4, I, Hallie M. Atkins, married — — ^— ; 
lives in Texas. She was a bright, charming 
young woman. Visited North Carolina in 1870. 

I.-2-3, I, page 39. 

1.-2-3-2, I, James Sexton McAllister. 

T.-2-3-2, 2, Raymond McAllister. 

I.-2-3-2, 3, Clifford Williams McAllister. 

I.-2-3-2, 4, Anne Irene McAllister. 

I -2-3-2, 5, Guthrie McAllister. 

I. -2-3-2, 6, Nora McAllister. 

I. -2-3-2, 7, Cora Lee McAllister. 

I. -2-3-2, 8, see page 39. 

L-2-8, I, 2, 3, 4, 5, see page 39. 



Genealogical Rpxord. 67 

I.-2-9-2, I, LuRA Mann. 

I.-3-1-1, I (see IIL-4-10, I, page 38), W. E. 
MuRCHisoN, married Mary M. McLeod. Issue: 
I, Murdoch McLeod Murchison. 2, Kate 
Murchison. 3, Pearl Murchison. 4, Magi^^ie 
Belle Murchison. 5, Shipp Murchison. 6, 
Kenneth Murchison. 7, Walter Murchison. 

I.-3-T-T, 2, John A. Murchison, married . 

Childless. 

I.-3-1-1, 3 (second wife), McKay Murchison. 

T.-3-1-T, 4 (second wife), Kenneth Hill 
Murchison, died in infancy. 

T.-3-1-1, 5 (second wife), Kate White Murch- 
ison. 

I-3-1-T, 6, Kenneth Murchison. 

I.-3-1-2, I, John M. Hodges, married Sallie Mc- 
Neill. Issue: I, Clara. Hodges. 2, Roxana W. 
Hodges. 3, John M. Hodges. 4, Sadie Hodges. 
5, Frederick M. Hodges. 6, J. Allison Hodges, 
Jr. 7, Ruth Hodges. 

I.-3-1-2, 2, Ida Hodges, married Jesse Slocumb 
Smith. Issue: 1, Jessie Slocumb Smith. 2, 
Clarence James Smith. 3, Edward Smith. 4, 
Flora Murchison Smith. 5, Sallie Slocumb 
Smith. 6, Susie Smith. 

I.-3-1-2, 3, J. Allison Hodges, M. D., married 
Mary S. Grey, of Greensboro, N. C. ; now liv- 
ing in Richmond, Va. No children in 1898. 
A distinguished physician ; a fine orator. Proc- 
tor of the University College of Medicine. 



68 Genealogical Record. 

I-3-T~3i I J Anna Roberta Harris, married 
John S. Mclver, Sandforci, N. C. Issue: None, 
and wife is now dead. 

I -3-1-3' 2, Mary Carolina Harris, married 
James M. Davis, Fayetteville, N. C. Issue: i, 
Robert Harris Davis. 2, Effie May Davis. 3, 
Anna Roberta Davis. 4, Janet McNeill Davis. 
5, James Donald Davis. 

This family appears twice, as do some others, 
because a paternal and a maternal ancestor had 
same origin. I.-3, is Flora, daughter of Coll 
McAllister. nL-2 is John McNeill, son of 
Janet McAllister. See page 24. 

1.-3-2-1, I, Mary Edmundson, married Willis 
P. Turner. Issue: i, Jessie Turner. 2, James 
Turner. 3, Susie Turner. 4, Charlotte Turner. 
5, Robert Turner. 

I-3-2-1, 2, Kate Edmundson. married . 

I -3-2-1, 3, Susie Edmundson. 

I -3-2-1, 4, Wright Edmundson, married 

Myrtle Maddin ; now in Texas. 
I -3-2-1, 5, John McL. Edmundson (dead). 
I-3-2-T, 6, James R. Edmundson 

I.-3-2-1, 7, Edward S. Edmundson. 

T-3-2-1, 8, Maude Edmundson. 

I -3-2-1, 9, Alice Edmundson. 



Genealogical Record. 69 

I -3-2-2, I, Elizabeth W. Young, married Dr. 
E. N. Booker. Issue: i, Lena Nelson, born 
August 25, 1893. 2, Edna Walton, born April 
24, 1896. 3, E. Benjamin, born August 15, 
1898. 

I. -3-2-2, 2, Sarah L. Young. 

I. -3-2-2, 3, Cornelius C. Young. 

L-3-2-2, 4, Dixie L. Young. 

I. -3-2-2, 5, Nellie. 6, Lena. 7, Walter. (All 

dead). 
l-T,-2-2, 8, Lillian Burwell Young. 

L-3-3-1, I, Flora McIntyre, married Stephen 
B. Worthy, Jonesboro, N. C. Childless. 

L-3-3-1, 2, Bella McIntyre, died single, 1877. 

L-3-3-1, 3, Alexander McIntyre, married 
, Florida. 

L-3-3-1, 4, Peter McIntyre, Florida. 

L-3-3-1, 5, Annie McIntyre, single, Florida. 

L-3-3-1, 6, Kate McIntyre, died quite young. 

L-3-3-2, I, Katie McLean, died young. 

L-3-3-2, 2, Flora McLean, married Alexander 
Campbell, of Aberdeen, N. C. Issue: i, John 
Tyler McLean Campbell. 

L-3-3-2, 3, Alexander McLean, still single, 
Aberdeen, N. C. 

L-3-3-3, I, Roberta L. Howard, married V. N. 
Sedbury, on January 5, 1887. Issue: i, Fannie 
McLean, born October 7, 1887. 2, Hattie Lee, 
born November 28, 1890. 3, Walter Williams, 



yo Genealogical Record. 

born September 26, 1894. 4, Henrietta, born 
September 13, 1898. 
I -3-3-3, 2, Lewis Jackson Howard. 

I-3-3-3, 3, C. Elizabeth Howard, married 
Samuel Jones; died October 28, 1893, leaving 
one child : i, John Franklin Jones. 

I -3-3-3, 4, John Alexander Howard, mar- 
ried . 

I -3-3-3, 5, Mary McD. Howard, married . 

I,_3_2-3, 6, Daniel Archibald Howard, mar- 
ried . 

I _-^_2-3, 7, Joseph Carr Howard, married . 

I -3-3-5, I, Catharine McL. Sexton. 

I -3-3-6, I, John Tyler McLean. 

L-3-3-6, 2, Alfred McK. McLean. 

L-3-3-6, 3, Mary McLean. 

L-3-3~6, 4, D. H. McLean, Jr. 

L-3-3-6, 5, Belle G. McLean. 

I _3_4_i^ i^ Benjamin R. Graham, M. D., Wal- 
lace, N. C. 
L-3-4-1, 2, Neill Graham, died July 9, 1894. 
L-3-4-1, 3, Anne E. Graham. 

L-3-4-1, 4, Archibald McL. Graham. 



Genealogical Record. 71 

I.-3-4-2, I, 2, 3 are dead. 

L-3-4-2, 4, Maggie McNeill. 

I.-3-4-2, 5, Flora McNeill. 

I.-3-4-2, 6, A. Graham McNeill. 

I.-3-4-2, 7, Bessie McNeill. 



I.-3-4-3, I, Mary O. Graham. Teaching in 
Charlotte, her home. 

I.-3-4-3, 2, Archibald Graham, Jr. In hank 
in Charlotte. 

I.-3-4-3, 3, Edward Kidder Graham. Study- 
ing law. 

I.-3-4-4, I, David Sloan Graham. University 
of North Carolina. 

I.-3-4-4, 2, Archibald Wright Graham. Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. 

I.-3-4-4, 3, Neill Ray Graham. 



I.-3-4-4, 4, Mary Graham. 



I. -3-4-4, 5, Hattie Graham. 



I. -3-4-4, 6, Frank Porter Graham. 



y2 Genealogical Record. 

I.-3-4-4, 7, George Graham. 

1.-3-4-4, 8, Kate Graham. 

I.-3-4-4, 9, Annie Graham. 

I.-3-4-5, I, Anna Daniel Graham. 
I.-3-4-5, 2, Flora May Graham. 



I.-3-4-5, 3, John Graham, died 1892. 
I. -3-4-5, 4, Maria Graham. 



I.-3-4-5, 5, Virginia Graham. 



I.-3-4-5, 6, William A. Graham. 



I. -3-4-6, Neill Graham, died while from home 

teaching. 
I.-3-5-1, I, are lacking, nothing being known of 

them down to I.-3, 6, and there is no issue. 

(See I.-3-5-) 
I. -3-7- 1, I, Alvis Avent. 



Genealogical Record. 73 

I.-3-8-1, I, Ella Green, iinniarricd in 1898. 

I -3-8-1, 2, Ida Greene, married Baxter Wester. 
Issue: 1, Baxter Wester, Jr. 2, Clyde Wester. 
3, Ethel Wester. 4, Ella Wester. 

I.-3-8-1, 3, Delia Greene, married Senter. 

Issue: I, Oscar Senter. 

I.-3-8-1, 4, Julia Greene, married Mr. Senter. 
Issue: I, Hubert. 

I.-3-8-2, I, EsTELLE Grady, married M. R. Mor- 
gan. Issue: I, Mallett Morgan. 2, Pierce Mor- 
gan. 3, Mamie Morgan. 4, Robert Morgan. 
5, Josie Morgan. 6, John Morgan. 7, Stewart 
Morgan. 8, May Morgan. 

I.-3-8-2, 2, Daniel McD. Grady, married Josie 
Gorham. Mr. Grady died in 1897. Issue: 1, 
Thomas Grady (dead). 2, John G. Grady 
(dead). 3, Eugene Grady. 4, Edmund Lilly 
Grady. 

I.-3-8-2, 3, Flora McAllister Grady, married 
Frank Hundley, who died in 1893. Issue: i, 
Blanche Hundley. 2, Essie Grady Hundley. 
3, Mary Hundley. 

I.-3-8-2, 4, John Grady, killed at a saw-mill, 
1891. 

I. -3-8-2, 5, James Grady: 

I.-3-8-2, 6, Sallie Grady. 

I. -3-8-2, 7, Hector McLean Grady. 

L-3-8-2, 8, Kate Grady. 



74 Genealogical Record. 

I -3-8-3, I, Berta Cutts, married Mr. Kirkman. 
Issue not known. 



I.-3-8-3, 2, Clarence Cutts (no information) 



I. -3-8-3, 3, William Cutts, married Lilly Mor- 
gan. Issue: One child. 
I. -3-8-3, 4, Fabius Cutts, married . 



I. -3-8-3, 5, Lillian Cutts, married 



L-3-8-3, 6, Alice Cutts, married 



L-3-8-3, 7, Flora Cutts, married 



L-3-8-3, 8, Hector McD. Cutts, married 



L-3-8-4, I, Stewart Greene, died at Trinity 

College of typhoid fever, aged twenty years. 
L-3-8-4, 2, Hector McLean Greene. 



L-3-8-4, 3, Mary Shaw Greene. 



L-3-8-4, 4, Alma Greene. 



Genealogical Record. 75 

I -3-8-4, 5, Neill Greene. 

-3-8-4, 6, Eliza Greene. 

-3-8-5, I, Alice Greene. 

-3-8-6, I, Alua Greene. 



-3-8-6, 2, John Greene. 



.-3-8-6, 3, William Greene, Jr. 



-3-8-6, 4, LuRA Greene ( dead) 



-3-8-6, 6, Paul Greene. 



-3-8-6, 7, Hugh Greene. 



-3-8-7, I, John G. Byrd. 



-3-8-7, 2, Kate G. Byrd. 



-3-8-8, I, Edward Greene. 



76 Genealogical Record. 

I.-3-8-8, 2, Flossie Greene. 

I--3-8-8. 3' LuLA Greene. 
T -3-8-8, 4, Laura Greene. 

I -3-8-8, 5, Ora Greene. 
I -3-8-9, I, Ora Greene (dead). 
I.-3-8-9, 2, Lee Greene. 
L-3-8-9, 3, Clyde Greene (dead). 
L-3-8-9, 4, Claude Greene. 
L-3-8-9, 5, MoLLiE Greene. 
I--3-9-L L Maggie Shaw. 



L-3-10-1, I, Janie Harringto 



N. 



L-3-10-1, 2, Janet Harringto 



N. 



Genealogicai> Record. "jj 

I.-3-10-1, 3, John Harrington. 

I.-3-10-1, 4, Alan Harrington. 

I.-3-10-T, 5, Mary K. Harrington. 

I.-3-10-T, 6, Irene Harrington. 

I.-3-10-1, 7, Marn Harrington. 

I.-3-10, 2, sec page 45. 

I--3-IO' 3' see page 45. 
I.-3-10-4, I, Flora McNeill Stewart. 
T.-3-10-5, I, Sarah James Faucett. 
I. -3- 1 0-5, 2, Cameron Faucett. 
I.-4-1-1, I, Julius McLean. 
I.-4-1-1, 2, RuFus McLean. 



78 Genealogical Record. 

I -4-1-1, 3^ Sallie McLean. 

I.-4-1-1, 4, LoNNiE McLean. 



L-4-4-1, I, Mary Jane Long, married Dr. James 
C. Goodwyn, Dunn, N. C. Issue: i, James 
Halbert Goodwyn. 2, Mary Goodwyn. 

L-4-4-1, 2, Joseph D. Long, married Anna R. 
Beasley, on February 3, 1890. Issue: i, Gor- 
don A/JcL. Long. 2, John M. Long. 3, Ray- 
burn Long. 

L-4-4-1, 3, John Alexander Long (dead). 

L-4-4-1, 4, William Sexton Long, married 
Gertrude Pointer. 

L-4-4-1, 5, Archibald McL. Long. 



L-4-4-T, 6, Robert Coll Long, married Kate 

Riggs October 8, 1896. Issue: i, Ava Dolores. 
L-4-4-1, 7, James Alexander Long, born June 

20, 1874. 
L-4-4-1, 8, George H. Long, born Novem'ber 15, 

1876. 
L-4-4-1, 9, John Hector Long, born November 

28, 1878; died December 10, 1879. 
L-4-4-1, 10, Flora McAllister Long. 
L-4-4-2, I, Mary E. Sexton, married R. M. 

Williams May 20, 1896. 
L-4-4-2, 2, Duncan McL. Sexton, Jr., (see L- 

4-4-2) married Lina A. Matthews, January 13, 

1898. 



Genealogical Record. 79 

Second wife, 1-3, Catharine McL. Sexton, 
born September 11, 1878. (His third child, his 
second wife's first child.) 
I .-4-4-3, I, INIarv McAllister Vestal, married 
A. B. Rand July 9, 1890. Issue: i, Grace, born 
April 14, 1891. 2, Norman, born February 7, 
1893. 3, Mildred, born April 2, 1894. 4, A. B., 
Jr., born August 25, 1895. 5, Marjory, born 
September 22, 1897. 

.-4-4-3, 2, E. Florence Vestal, married Lee 
J. Best, Dunn, N. C., December 19, 1894. Is- 
sue: I, Lee James. 2, Coll Hinton. 

.-4-4, 3, 3, H. H. Vestal, Jr., born December 
14, 1874; died May 29, 1893. 

-4-4-4, I. (See L-4-4-4, Dr. James Sexton.) 

.-4-4-6, I, Mamie Lillian Sexton. 



-4-4-6, 2, SuDiE May Sexton. 



-4-4-6, 3, William Hubert Sexton, born 
May 22, 189] ; died May 2, 1892. 
-4-4-6, 4, James Robert Sexton. 



-4-4-6, 5, Stella Sexton. 



.-4-4-7, I. (See L-4-4-7, Dr. C. LL Sexton, 

Dunn, N. C.) 
L-3-4, I, 2, 3, 4, 5, all died unmarried. 
T.-3-4-6, I, Thomas J. Snider. 



8o Genealogical Record. 

II.-3-4-6, 2, Henry D. Snider. 



II.-3-4-6, 3, E. Frances Snider, married D. 

Emmett Clarke. Issue: i, Charles Franklin. 

2, Mary Armstrong. 3, McLeran. 
II. -3-4-6, 4, Janet Angella Snider. 



1 1. -3-4-6, 5, Charles Alfred Snider. 



II.-3-4-6, 6, William Augustus Snider. 



II.-3-4-6, 7, Joseph Barschall Snider. 



II.-3-5-1, I, Lyssie Martin, married J. F. 

Withers. No issue. 
1 1. -3-5- 1, 2, James Rivers Martin, married 

Maggie Ennis. Issue: i, Nellie Martin, Jr. 
II.-3-5-1, 3, Nellie Martin, Sr., married Ag- 

new Stapleton. Issue: i, Ruth. 2, Susie. 
II.-3-5-1, 4, Elizabeth Martin, married Rev. 

George Jones. Issue: i, Hortense. 2, Lyssie. 

3, Lurline. 
II.-3-5-2, I, Annie C. Stewart, married J. C. 

Barnes. Issue: i, Lotta Barnes. 2, Cullen 

Barnes. 3, Ida Barnes. 4, Julius C. Barnes, 

Jr. 5, Charles B. Barnes. 
II.-3-5-2, 2, Charles Stewart, married Miss 

Guy. 



Genealogical Record. 8i 

II. -3-5-2, 3, jNIaky Stewart. 

1 1. -3-5-2. 4, Harry Stewart. 



1 1. -3-5-3, died unmarried. 

II.-3-5-4, I, Willie Martin (girl), married 

Walter McKenzie. 
IL-3-5-4, 2, Augustus Martin. 



II.-3-5-5, IMattie Hill Martin, Girard, Ala. 
11.-3-5-6, I, Fred Costin, married recently, and 

lives in Aug'usta, Ga. 
II.-3-5-6, 2, E\\\ Costin, 127 Alexander Street, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
11.-3-5-7, I, Thomas Martin, married Fannie 

Stone. Issue: i, Mary Stone. 
1 1. -3-6- 1, 2, no more information. 



II.-4-1-2, I, Edwin R. McKethan, Esq., Fay- 

ctteville, N. C. 
II.-4-T-2, 2, Alfred Augustus McKetiian, 

U. S. N., lieutenant. 
II.-4-1-2, 3, John Alexander McKethan, 

drnggist, Savannah, Ga. 
II.-4-1-2, 4, David Gillespie McKetitan, M.D. 



II.-4-1-2, 5, Eliza Street McKETHAN(dead) 



82 Genealogical Record. 

II -4-1-3, I, Kate Douglas McKethan. 

II.-4-1-3, 2, Caroline McKethan, married 

Tom Piirdie. 
II.-4-1-3, 3, Augusta McKethan. 

II.-4-1-3, 4, William McLaurin McKethan. 

II.-4-1-3, 5, Janie Robeson McKethan. 



II.-4-1-3, 6 (second wife)^ Joseph Utley Mc- 
Kethan. 



II.-4-1-3, 7 (second wife), Hector McKethan. 



11.-4-3-4, I, Mary Augusta Myrover. 



II.-4-3-4, 2, Urbana Myrover. 



II.-4-3-4, 3, Henry Myrover. 



II.-4-3-4, 4, Laura Myrover. 



II -4-3-4, 5, Alfred Myrover. 



Genealogical Record. 83 

IL-4-3-4, 6, Jane Myrover. 

II -4-3-4, 7, George G. Myrover, Jr. 

1 1. -4-3-4, 8, James Myrover. 
III.-2-3-1, I, Roxana Worth Williams. 
III.-2-3-1, 2, Joel Williams. 
III.-2-3-1, 3, Jesse Shepherd Williams. 
III.-2-3-1, 4, David Worth Williams. 



III.-2-3-2, I, Clara Hodges, married Frank M. 
Harper, of Athens, Ga., July 25, 1895. Issue: 
I, Frank M., Jr., born November 22,, 1898. 

III.-2-3-2, 2, Roxana Worth Hodges. 



III.-2-3-2, 3, John M. Hodges. 



III.-2-3-2, 4, Sadie Hodges. 



84 Genealogical Record. 

111.-2-3-2, 6, J. Allison Hodges, Jr. 

III.-2-3-2, y, Ruth Hodges. 

ni.-2-3-3, I, Cornelia Elliott. 

ni.-2-3-3, 2, Alexander Elliott. 

ni.-2-3-3, 3, Mary Elliott. 

nL-2-3-3, 4, George Douglas Elliott. 

HI.-2-3-3, 5, Eunice Elliott. 

ni.-2-3-3, 6, Henry Elliott. 

ni.-2-3-3, 7, Emily P. Elliott. 

HI. -2-8-2, I, Roberta Harris Davis. 

ni.-2-8-2, 2, Effie May Davis. 

HI. -2-8-2, 3, Anna Roberta Davis. 



Genealogical Record. 85 

III.-2-8-2, 4, Janet McN. Davis. 

III.-2-8-2, 5, James Donald Davis. 



II I. -3-1 -I, I, John Alexander McAllister, 
married Florence Pope, Lumberton, N. C, Feb- 
ruary 10, 1870. Issue: I, Alexander Pope Mc- 
Allister, A. B: Davidson College. 2, Willis 
Pope McAllister. 3, Hugh McLean McAllis- 
ter. 4, John David McAllister. 5, Charles 
Payne McAllister. 

III.-3-1-1, 2, Anne Atkins McAllister, mar- 
ried Dr. H. A. McSwain, Wade^ N. C. Issue: 
I, John McAllister McSwain, born October 12, 
1876 ; died June 26, 1898, at Davidson College ; 
was an A. B. of that institution, standing high 
in his class, and was one of the most promising 
men of his family in his generation. 2, Alex- 
ander McAllister McSwain, died a young child. 

TII.-3-1-1, 3, David S. McAllister, married 
Virginia Boykin, Feb. 16, 1875, married by Rev. 
A. McFadyen. Issue: i, David Smith MacAlis- 
ter, Jr. 2, Anne Isabella McAllister. 3, Mary 
Janet McAllister, born October 26, 1882. 4, 
Elizabeth Napier McAllister, born April 24, 
1884. 5, John Boykin McAllister, born July 
7, 1886. 6, James Alexander McAllister, born 
October 20, 1889; died June 9, 1891, and is 
buried in Drake's Cemetery, Blenheim, S. C. 
All the children were born at McColl's Cross- 



86 Genealogical Record. 

roads, in Marlboro county, S. C, in our own 
home, now sold. 

III.-3-1-2, I, Oscar J. Spears, married Mary 
House. Issue: i, Maggie. 2, Henry. 3, Ben- 
jamin. 

ni.-3-i-2, 2, Ella Spears, married Dr. James 
A. Atkins. Issue: i, Turner. 2, Neill. 3, Os- 
car. 

ni.-3-i-2, 3, Lou Spears, married James Nor- 
then. Issue: i. Pearl. 2, Ella. 3, Spears. 4, 
Ernest. 5, John N. 

ni.-3-i-2, 4, John Spears, married Mary Du- 
rant. No issue. 

ni.-3-i-2, 5, Henry Spears, married Lucile 
McKay. Issue: i, Marshall Spears. 2, Joseph 
McK. Spears. 3, Lucile Spears. 

nL-3-1-2, 6, Caroline McN. Spears, married 
Robert L. Greene. Issue: i, Ara Greene. 2, 
Lee Greene. 3, Clyde Greene. 4, Claude 
Greene. 5, Mollie Greene. 

nL-3-2-1, I, John Withers, married Lily Law- 
rence. No issue. 

nL-3-2-1, 2, Samuel Withers, married Jennie 
McNeill. 

nL-3-2-1, 3, James Withers, married Anna 
Watson. 

nL-3-2-1, 4, Daniel Withers, M. D. In Cuba 
April 5, 1898. 

nL-3-2-1, 5, Abner Withers. 



nL-3-2-1, 6, Alexander Withers. 



Genealogical Record. 87 

III -3-2, 2, 3, 4, 5. (See III -3-2, where these 

are finished; see also 111.-3-3^ completed.) 
IIL-3-4-1^ I, Mary Gaston Atkins. 



III.-3-4-2, I, Turner Atkins. 



III.-3-4-2, 2, Neill S. Atkins. 



III.-3-4-2, 3, Oscar Atkins. 



III.-3-4-3, I, Mary McCormick, married John 
Harmon. Issue: i, Grissella. 2, Elizabeth. 3, 
Mary. 4, Lena. 

111.-3-4-3, 2, John McCormick. 



IIT.-3-4-3, 3, Anna McCormick. 



TTT.-3-4-3, 4, James McCormick. 



TIT. -3-4-3, 5, Louis McCormick. 



III.-3-4-3, 6, Archibald McCormick. 



III.-3-4-3, 7, Grissella McCormick. 



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1 1 1. -3-4-6, I, Lena Marsh, 

III.-3-4-6, 2, John Marsh. 

III.-3-4-6, 3, Robert Marsh. 

111.-3-4-6, 4, William Marsh. 

III.-3-4-6, 5, Brooks Marsh. 

IIL-3-4-6, 6, Mary Marsh. 
IIL-3-4-6, 7, Charles Marsh. 
1 1 1. -3-4-6, 8, James Marsh. 
III.-3-4-6, 9, Walter Marsh. 
III.-3-4-8, I, Mary Bethea. 
III.-3-4-8, 2, Grissella Bethea. 
III.-3-4-5, 7, 9, see page 57. 



Genealogical Record. 89 

IIL-3-5-1, I, Da\'ii) a. Page, married Edith E. 
Durham. Issue: i, Ruby Lucile. 2, Harry 
Durham. 3, Alarjorie Hemans. 

III.-3-5-1, 2, Sallie Helen Page, married Dr. 
James H. McDuffie, 1882, 1302 Third Avenue, 
Cohimbus, Ga. Issue: i, Annie Laurie, born 
1883. 2, Love Alexander, 1885. 3, James 
Henr}-, Jr.. l)()rn 1886. 4, Louis Robert, born 
189T. 5, David Page, born 1893. 6, WilHam 
A. Page, born 1896. 

JH.-3-5-1, 3, Mary Tsap.el Page, married Henry 
R. Clarke in 1888. Issue: i, Helen Page 
Clarke, 1)orn 1889; died 1890. 2, Robert 
Clark, born 1890. 3, Edward Clarke, born 
1892. 4, Mary Catharine Clarke, born 1893. 
5. Paul Coe Clarke, born 1895. 6, Jessie Clarke, 
born 1897. 

ni.-3-5-i, 4, Jesse Warden Page, married 
Margaret V. Patterson in 1892. Issue: i, 
Lewis Anderson Page, born 1893. 

HT. -3-5-1, 5, Alexander McNeill Page. 



nL-3-5-1, 6, James S. Page. 
nL-3-5-1, 7, Lewis W. Page. 

TTT. -3-5-3, I, David R. McNeill, married Caro- 
lina Parish, Belmont, Fla. P. O. Lake City, or 
Blackjack, Fla.. Childless. 

nL-3-5-3, 2, John Alexander McNeill, 
Lake City, or Blackjack, Fla. 



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III.-3-5-3, 3, James B. McNeill, Florida. 



III.-3-5-3, 4, Margaret I. McNeill, married 
John F. Collier. Issue: i, Blanche Isabel Col- 
lier, Little River Academy, N. C. 

III.-3-5-3, 5, Robert E. McNeill. 



III.-3-5-3, 6, Catherine McNeill. 



III.-3-5-3, 7, Susan McNeill. 



III.-3-5-3, 8, Alexander McNeill. 



III.-3-6-1, I, Kate Cameron, married A. A, 

Finley. Issue: i, Lucy Lenoir Finley. 2, Bess 

Cameron Finley. 3, Grace Martin Finley. 
in.-3-6-i, 2, Fannie Cameron, married Robert 

Finle}^ Issue: i, Bessie Gordon. 
in.-3-6-i, 3, Bessie Cameron, unmarried, and 

deceased. 
nL-3-6-1, 4, Mary McK. Cameron, married 

Dr. J. A. Link, Decatur, Ga. Issue: i, Arthur 

A. Finley. 2, Edward Cameron. 
IIL-3-6-1, 5, Archie Cameron, died at eighteen 

years of age. 
IIL-4-1-1, I and 6 died young. 
in.-4-i-i, 2, Rachel Eoline Rawlings, mar- 



Genealogical Record. 91 

ricd, June, 1890, Dr. J. H. Wylie, Dardanelle, 
Ark. No issue. 

III.-4-1-1, 3, CoRALYN Rawltngs, married, 
April 28, 1875, Dr. John R. Martin, Austin, 
Ark. He died October, 1896. Issue: i, James 
Martin, 1)orn January 22, 1876. 2, Sallie G. 
Martin, born April 9, 1877. 3, Janie A. Mar- 
tin, born October 11, 1879. 4' Henry H. Mar- 
tin, born September 24, 1881. 5, Nannie G. 
Martin, born June 22, 1883. 6, William H. 
Martin, born March i, 1884. 7, Kate L. Mar- 
tin, born July 17, 1886. 8, Mary E. Martin, 
born February 9, 1888. 9, Archibald R. Mar- 
tin, born December 31, 1889. 10, Nina Ander- 
son Martin, born October 14, 1891. 

III.-4-1-1, 4, Kate McKay Rawlings, married 
1876, W. H. Boyd. Issue: i, James H. Boyd, 
born November, 1876. 2, Janie Boyd, born 
November 22, 1879. 3, Archie J. Boyd, born 

, 1882. 4, Robert L. Boyd, died 1894. 5, 

Tirzah, dead. 6, Infant, dead. 

III.-4-1-1, 5, A. Jackson Rawlings, married 
October 29, 1889, Miss Fannie Scott. Issue: 
I, Thomas Ivan Rawlings, born August 28, 
1891. 2, Lizzie Linn Rawlings, born April 15, 
1893. 3, Archibald Felix Rawlings, born May 
14, 1897. 

III.-4-1-2, I, Cora McKay, married M. Murphy 
Bryan. Issue: i, Evelyn Bryan. 2, James 
Bryan. 3, Fannie K. Bryan. 4, Louise Bryan. 
5, Neill Bryan. 6, Murphy Bryan, Jr. 7, Mary 
Bryan. 8, Pauline Bryan. 

III.-4-1-2, 2, Prentice McKay^ married Mag- 
gie McKay. No issue. 



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III.-4-1-2, 3, Neill McKay, married Mattie 

Blue. 

III.-4-1-2, 4, Fannie McKay, married L. B. 

Chapin. Issue: i, Neill Chapin. 2, Isabella 

Chapin. 

III.-4-1-2, 5, Felix McKay. 



III.-4-1-2, 6, RuFus McKay. 



III.-4-1-2, 7, John McKay. 



III.-4-1-2, 8, Paul McKay. 



III.-4-1-2, 9, Fred McKay. 



III.-4-1-2, 10, Moore McKay. 



IIL-4-1-2, II, Josephine McKay. 

III.-4-1-3, I, Kate Phereba McKay, married, 
first, R. Wilcox; second. Rev. Mr. Jeffett, 
M. E. C. Issue by first husband: i, Magg-ie 
McKay Wilcox. Issue by second husband : 2, 
Fannie. 3, Frank Asbury. 4, William. 5, 
Fletcher. 6, Sidney Julks. 

III.-4-1-3, 2, Belle B. McKay, married R. S. 
Powers. Issue: i, Arthur Foster. 2, John 
Lewis. 3, Henry William. 



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1 1 1. -4- 1 -3, 3, Fannie T. ]\IcKay, married Rob- 
ert Williams, Long-ford, Ireland; now at 
Wichita, Kansas. Childless. 

III.-4-1-3, 4, IziLLA MooNEY McKay (dead). 

III.-4-1-3, 5, Nettie Jane McKay, married 
Hon. J. F. Walker May 2y, 1875. Issue: i, 
John Fletcher. 2, Edna Earl. 3, Prentice. 4, 
Fannie. 5, Kate. 6, Myrtle. 7, Ruby. 8, 
Hattie. 

IIL-4-1-3, 6, Flora McKay, married S. P. 
Greene, M. D. No children, but they reared 
Maggie Wilcox, and Arthur Powers after the 
death of their mothers. (See III.-4-1-3, i and 
2.) Dr. Greene and Foster Powers are now in 
the Klondike (1899). 

III.-4-1-3, 7, Henry M. McKay, married Eva 
Hazen November 15, 1885. Issue: i, Flodie 
Olive McKay. 2, Lily Norine McKay. 3, 
Thomas Hazen McKay. 4, Doc Williams Mc- 
Kay. 5, Anna Irene McKay. 6. Izilla McKay. 

III.-4-1-4, I, Mary Clark, married J. F. Rob- 
ertson. 

III.-4-1-4, 2, Clem Clark, married Miss Emer- 
son. 

IIL-4-1-4, 3, Julia Clark, married Moore , 

Conway, Ark. Issue, four children. 

III.-4-1-4, 4, George Clark, Esq., married Miss 
Landers. 

III.-4-1-5, I, Jennie V. McKay, married 

Hicks. She has long been a widow. One son 
and two daughters. 

III.-4-1-5, 2, George P. McKay, married Miss 
Payne, Little Rock, Ark. Issue, seven chil- 
dren. 



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IIL-4-1-5, 3, Fannie K. McKay, married 

Emerson. Issue, three daughters and one son. 
III.-4-1-6, I, Mattie McKay, married 

Harris. Three children. 
III.-4-1-6, 2, Johnnie McKay (girl), died soon 

after marriage. 
III.-4-1-6, 3, A. Alexander McKay, married 

Miss Glover. 
III.-4-3-2, I, Malcolm McKay, married Miss 

Bernard, Wilmington, N. C. 
IIL-4-3-2, 2, John McKay (dead). 
III.-4-3-2, 3, Minnie McKay, married. 



III.-4-3-2, 4, Harvey McKay. 



ni.-4-3-3, i» Alma Fleming, married Ernest 
Young, Dunn, N. C. Issue: i, Isabel. 2, 
Robert. 

ni.-4-3-5, I, Malcolm McN. McKay. 



ni.-4-3-5, 2, William T. McKay. 



ni.-4-3-5, 3' Peter McKellar McKay, died in 

infancy. 
ni.-4-6-i, I, Neill McKay McLaughlin. 



ni.-4-6-i, 2, Mary Belle McLaughlin. 



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III -4-6-1, 3, William E. AIcLaughlin. 

Ill -4-6-2, I, William E. Salmon. 

III.-4-6-2, 2, Neill Salmon. 

III.-4-6-2, 3, Fannie Lenoir Salmon. 

III.-4-7-1, I, John Wilson McKay. 

III.-4-7-1, 2, Hamilton W. McKay. 

III.-4-7-1, 3, Nancy W. McKay. 

III.-4-7-1, 4, Robert M. McKay. 



III.-4-7-2, I, John McK. McIntyre, A. B., 
Davidson Colleg-e, 1895. 

III.-4-7-2, 2, Mary W. McIntyre, married 
Charles S. Westbrook, Wilminoton, N. C, Jan- 
uary 19, 1898, and, with her infant bal)e, died 
June 20, 1899. 

III.-4-7-2, 3, Robert Earl McIntyre. 



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IIL-4-7-2, 4, Louise McIntyre. 

III.-4-7-2, 5, Walter Hoge McIntyre. 

IIL-4-7-2, 6, Alline McIntyre. 

1 1 1. -4-7-2, y, Florrie McIntyre. 

III.-4-7-2, 8, Charlie McIntyre. 

III.-4-7-2, 9, William McIntyre. 



III.-4-7-3, Flora McKay, unmarried, Cheraw, 

S. C. 
III.-4-7-5, Robert M. McKay, Cheraw, S. C. 
III.-4-9-1, I, McKay Bryan. 



III.-4-9-1, 2, Middleton Bryan. 



III.-4-9-2, I, Rose Budd. 



lll.-4.-g-2, 2, Phil. Budd. 



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II I. -4-9-2, 3, Bryan Budd. 

1 1 1. -4-9-2, 4, Walter Budd. 

IIL-4-9-3, I, Kitty May Bryan. 

I II. -4-9-3, 2, Julian Bryan. 

1 1 1. -4-9-3, 3, Laura Bryan. 

III.-4-9-3, 4, Clinton Bryvvn. 

1 1 1. -4-9-3, 5, Gladys Bryan. 

1 1 1. -4-9-5, I, Evelyn Bryan. 

IIL-4-9-5, 2, James Bryan. 



III.-4-9-5, 3, Fannie K. Bryan. 



III.-4-9-5, 4, Louise Bryan. 



IIL-4-9-5, 5' Netll Bryan. 



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III.-4-9-5, 6, Murphy Bryan. 

III.-4-9-5, 7, Mary Bryan. 

III.-4-9-5, 8, Pauline Bryan. 
III.-4-9-6, i^ Catharine Bryan. 
III.-4-9-6, 2, Elwood Bryan, Jr. 
.TII.-4-10-1, I, Murdoch Murchison. 



III.-4-10-1, 2, Kate Murchison, married O. L. 

Naylor. 
III.-4-10-1, 3, Pearl Murchison. 



III.-4-10-1, 4, Maggie B. Murchison. 



III.-4-10-1, 5, Shipp Murchison. 



III.-4-10-1, 6, Walter Murchison. 



III.-4-10-1, 7, Kenneth Murchison. 



Volume II. 



THE DESCENDANTS OF 
Col. ALEXANDER McALLISTER 
BY HIS THIRD WIFE, 
JANE OR JEAN COLVIN, 

Born at Sea, September 20, 1740. 



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i^OLOXEL ALEXANDER McALLTSTER 

\y was one of the original elders of Bluff 
Chureh, organized in 1758, built on a noted bluff, 
on east side of Cape Fear River, called McNeill's 
Bluff, after the great Scotch pioneer, Neill Mc- 
Neill ; and now, in 1899, the fourth Alexander 
McAllister, in regular generations, fills the same 
office in the same church, and many descendants 
are elders elsewhere. 

Colonel Alexander McAllister, of (Loup) Lslay, 
off Argyleshire, Scotland, married Jean Colvin, 
Colvin's Creek, N. C, July 14, 1763. 

Issue: 

I.-i, Margaret McAllister, born April 16, 

1764. 
11.-2, Alexander McAllister, born February 

4, 1766; died September 27, 1823. 
ITT -3, Hector McAllister, born January 31, 

1768; died May 22, 1810. 
IV.-4, Flora McAllister, born November 19, 

1769; died April 29, 1807. 
5, Mary McAllister, born January 11, 

1772; married Joel Williams, and died without 

issue. 



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6, Ronald McAllister, born August 28, 
1774; died May 20, 1794. No issue. 
V.-7, Charles McAllister, twin brother to 
Ronald (see above), born August 28, 1774; 
died August 25, 1840. 

8, John McAllister, born August 9, 1776; 
died unmarried on the Island of St. Kits. 
VI.-9, Catharine McAllister, born October 4, 

1778. 

10, Angus McAllister, born October 25, 
1780; died in childhood. Record closes here. 
VII.-ii, Isabella McAllister, born September 
2, 1782. 

Note. — Omitting those who had no issue, we 
have seven families, designated by the Roman 
numerals. Succeeding pages will record their 
issue, immediate and remote, so far as it is 
known. — Author. 

I. Margaret McAllister married Col. Ben 
Rogers, of Marlboro county, S. C, first wife. 
Issue: I, Jane. 2, Elizabeth. 3,- Flora. 4, 
Sarah. 5, Mary Rogers, a noble woman, who 
never married. She died at the home of her 
brother-in-law, Gen. C. A. PoellnitZj Linden, 
Ala., at the ripe age of eighty-seven years. 6, 
Catharine Rogers, died aged nineteen years. 7, 
William Rogers, according to Aunt Charity 
McAllister. Major Poellnitz puts 6 and 7 at 
the first of the list. 

II. Alexander McAllister, married, April 16, 
1799, Rachel Smith. Issue: i, Ronald, born 
July 15, 1800; died November i, 1803. 2, 



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Charity, born December 27, 1802 ; died Janu- 
ary 23, 1889. 3, Mary Jane, born March 23, 
1805; died September 21, 1861. 4, Alexander, 
born November 22, 1806; died July 13, 1857. 
5, David, born December 6, 1808; died Decem- 
ber 26, 1838. 6, Hector, born February 21, 
181 1 ; died August 8, 1871. 7, Rachel, born 
- December 17, 1812; died January 17, 1838. 8, 
Flora, born January 16, 1815; died July 3, 
1842. 9, Margaret, born February 24. 1817; 
died February 5, 1897. 10, Edith L, born 
March 21, 1819; died April 19, 1873. 

III. Col. Hector McAllister, Sheriff of Cum- 
berland county, N. C, married, first, Margaret 
Armstrong; second, Isabella McNeill. Issue 
by first wife: i, Alexander. 2, John. 3, An- 
nie J., died young. 4, Thomas. Annie and 
Thomas died without issue. Issue by second 
wife: 5, Duncan J. McAllister. 6, Flora Mc- 
Allister. 7, Loveday McAllister. After his 
death his widow married Mr. Gilmore and left 
a daughter, Mary, who married Neill McDou- 
gald. on Little River, and reared an interesting 
family. Mary, her third daughter, appears in 
these records as the lovely wife of D. H. Mc- 
Lean, Esq., Dunn, N. C. 

IV. Flora McAllister, married Col. John Col- 
vin, November 27, 1792. He was born Decem- 
ber 30, 1763, and died June 26, 1839. Issue: 
T, Alexander, 1)orn Septeml^er 9, 1793; died 
March 13, 1835. 2, John, died November 17, 

, 1808. 3, Charles, born Fel)ruary 17, 1797; died 
old and unmarried. 4, James (M. D.), born 



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February 9, 1799. 5, Mary J., born October 
15, 1800. 6, Henry DeRosset, born September 
12, 1802 ; died August, 1823. 7, William, born 
November 29, 1804; died March 22, 1836. 8, 
Timothy, born March 19, 1807; died August 
2, 1858. Only Alexander and William, i and 7, 
married and had issue. 

Col. John Colvin married, second, Elizabeth 
Jones, who died August 12, 1823, leaving eight 
children. Third wife, Catharine Rutledge, 
married May 13, 1824, who after bearing six 
children, died February 15, 1857. 

V. Charles McAllister, married, first, Eliza- 
beth Thames ; second, Elizabeth Thames. 
They were cousins, these ladies. Issue: There 
were ten children born to the first wife, and all 
died in infancy. /i-^//(? by second wife : i, Cor- 
nelius, died in infancy. 2, Alexander C, A. B. 
University of North Carolina; lieutenant- 
colonel Forty-sixth North Carolina Regiment, 
C. S. A. ; elder Asheboro, N. C. 3, Mary Jane, 
married John T. Council, of Bladen county, 
N. C. She was eighteen, and he forty-two 
years of age when they were married. 

VI. Catharine McAllister, married James 
McNeill, son of Duncan, son of Neill. Issue: 
I, David McNeill, elder in Bluff Church; he 
for twenty-five years was chairman of county 
court of Cumberland county, N. C. ; noted for 
his justice. 2, Alexander, died unmarried. 3, 
Loveday J. McNeill. 4, Ronald McNeill. 5, 
John. 6, James, died in infancy. 7, Flora 
Eliza. 8, Charles, died unmarried. 



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VII. Isabella McAllister, married William 
Smith. Issue: i, Flora Ann. 2, William, Jr. 
3, Jane. 

Rachel, William and Needham Smith were 
children of Col. David Smith. 

Wilham Smith married, second, Sarah Ber- 
tram Robeson, and had one daughter. Issue: 
I, Margaret Bertram Smith. Her descendants 
do not belong here, but in the Appendix to Vol. 
II., of the Record, or in Vol. IV., which traces 
the descendants of Alexander R. Smith. 

I.-i, Jane Rogers, married Col. Bright William- 
son, Darlington, S. C. Issue: i, Benjamin F. 
Williamson. 2, Thomas C. Williamson. 3, 
Eugenia Williamson. 4, Lowndes Williamson. 
5, Lucius Williamson. 6, Eugene, died young. 
Only I, 2 and 5 had issue. 

I. -2, Elizabeth Rogers, married Julius Poell- 
nitz. Issue:i, Charles Augustus, born 1807; 
died 1891. 2, Julius Edwin, M. D., born 1770; 
died 1875. 3' ^largaret Elizabeth, born 1817; 
died 1865. 4, Benjamin Bruno, born 1822, liv- 
ing at Rembert, Marengo county, Ala. 

I. -3, Flora Rogers, married Robert Campbell, 
son oif Farquhard Campl)ell bv second w^ife, 
Mrs. Eliza1)cth Whitfield Smith.' Issue: i, Wil- 
liam. 2, Margaret. 3, Benjamin. 4, Farqu- 
hard. 5, James, died unmarried. 6, Robert, 
Jr., died unmarried. 7, Elizabeth. 8, John. 

I.-4, Sarah Rogers, married Needham Smith. 
Issue: r. Charity, died in infancy. 2, ])enjamin 
Rogers, born 182s ; died h>1)ruary 28, 1825. 
3, Margaret. 4, Sarah Catharine, born 1825 



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(were 3 and 4 twins?). 5, Mary E. 6, Need- 
ham, Jr. 

I. -5, Mary Rogers, unmarried. 

11.-2, Charity McAllister, "Aunt Charity," 
was a model of Christian womanhood, a sweet 
humiHty crowned her robust graces. I knew 
her well for forty years, and never saw her 
angry. My dying mother gave me into her 
arms when I was only eleven months old, and 
she w^as a true and good mother to me. She 
was large-hearted, and generous to a fault ; the 
sick and afflicted called themselves blessed when 
they had her gentle and efficient ministry. Her 
name was Charity, and she was charity ! and 
yet, in the mysterious providence of God, she 
was foully murdered in her own home by a 
maniac whom she had never seen, and who had 
never seen her till the fatal moment, 9 : 30 a. m. 
January 23, 1889, aged eighty-six years and 
one month. 

II. -3, Mary Jane McAllister, married James 
Williams. Issue: i, Rachel Smith Williams. 
2, Eliza Phereba Williams. 3, Alexander 
Elliott Williams, died from wounds received 
at the battle of Malvern Hill in 1862. 4, James, 
died of hardships of camp life, in C. S. A. 5, 
Martha Margaret Williams. 6, John C. Wil- 
liams, killed at Franklin, Tenn., November 30, 
1864, so badly mangled as to be scarcely recog- 
nizable (he was called Jack). 7, David Wil- 
liams, died a child. 8, Mary Jane, Richland, 
Miss., unmarried^ 1898. The family moved to 
Mississippi in the year 1854. 



Genealogical Record. 107 

II.-4, Alexander McAllister, married, first, 
Janet McNeill McLean; second, Emily Mc- 
Dongald. Issue by first wife: i, John A. Mc- 
Allister, born February 12, 1840; prepared for 
college at Donaldson Academy, in Fayetteville, 
N. C, by that prince of teachers, Major Jesse 
R. McLean. One year at Davidson College ; 
four years in C. S. A., first lieutenant. Com- 
pany F, Twenty-fourth Regiment of North 
Carolina, C. S. A. ; captured at Five Forks ; 
imprisoned at Johnson's Island ; released after 
Lee's surrender and the close of the war ; 
teacher in Luml^erton ; merchant there, and 
there married ; elder in Presbyterian Church ; 
for many years county treasurer of Robeson 
county ; for many years examiner of teachers 
for public schools, and still holds the office ; 
treasurer of Fayetteville Presbytery ; for fif- 
teen years a trustee of Davidson College. 2, 
Anne Atkins McAllister, born June 10, 1842 ; 
prepared for college by Mrs. Anne Jane Mc- 
Lean Mclntyre, at Bufl^alo, N. C. ; entered 
Charlotte Female Institute, at Charlotte, N. C, 
i860, and came home in April, 1861, with other 
girls from her county, when the young men 
came home to go in the army — students from 
Davidson and North Carolina Military Acad- 
emy, at Charlotte. Married in 1875, Dr. H. A. 
McSwain ; lived, first, at Riverside; now they 
live at Wade, N. C, and her excellent hus1)and 
is a faithful elder in the old IHufif Church. 3, 
David Smith McAllister, born April 29, 1845; 
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spent three years at Hillsboro Military Acad- 
emay; was first class-man when Sherman's 
advance closed the school ; captain of Com- 
pany B, and assistant professor of French, and 
spent part oif the vacation of i864-'65 at Wil- 
mington, N. C, as adjutant of Eighth North 
Carolina Reserves, Major Cain of the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina ; professor of Math- 
ematics, being first-honor man of same class, 
and the only other member remaining; spent 
thirteen days in the C. S. A. with the Inglis 
Light Artillery of Darlington, S. C, with cou- 
sins named Williamson; surrendered with 
Johnston's army, near Greensboro, N. C, April 
26, 1865 ; received one dollar and a half in sil- 
ver for services ; worked on the farm, and in 
the timber business till June, 1866; taught with 
F. S. Wilkinson, Tarboro, N. C, until Decem- 
ber of that year; then on Town Creek taught 
a private school from January, 1867, to June, 
1868. Entered college at Davidson in Septem- 
ber, 1868, and graduated with the largest class 
(thirty-one) that has ever graduated there, sec- 
ond in the class, average 98.44 (T. H. Brem 
had the highest, 99.05) ; taught in Sampson 
county, N. C. ; entered Columbia Theological 
Seminary March, 1872, supported by an appro- 
priation of two hundred dollars per annum 
from John L. Weeks, Baltimore, Md. ; gradu- 
ated in 1874; was licensed as a probationer in 
July, 1873, at Floral College, N. C. (Centre 
Church) by Fayetteville Presbytery; ordained 
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Genealogical Record. 109 

pastor of Bennettsville and Great Pec Dee 
Churches by Harmony Presbytery, November 
21, 1874, commissioners, Rev. N. W. Edmunds, 
E. H. Buist and Wilson J. McKay; relation 
dissolved with Bennettsville October, 1881, at 
Bishopville, S. C. ; installed at Red Bluff 
Church August, 1882, committee, W. J. Mc- 
Kav, H. M. Brearley ; relation dissolved with 
Red Bluff Church' April, 1889; called to 
Reedy Creek Church ; served two years with- 
out being- installed ; supplied Red Bluff Church 
also about a year before installation ; for 
seventeen years pastor of Great Pee Dee 
Church ; relation dissolved, and he dismissed to 
Bethel Presbytery June 25, 1891 ; installed 
pastor of Bethel Church October, 1891, com- 
mittee. Rev. Dr. J. H. Thornwell, Rev. Dr. T. 
R. English, and Rev. S. H. Hay; relation dis- 
solved at Ebenezer Church April 20, 1899; 
called to supply White Memorial Church, Rock 
Hill, S. C, and accepted ; began first Sabbath of 
June, 1899, in Rock Hill, where he now lives. 

Issue by second wife : Two babes were born, 
both died in childhood. 

Alexander McAllister was the father of the 
author. He was a most genial, lovable man, a 
strong man physically and intellectually, a man 
full of faith and of the Holy Ghost. He was one 
of a noble bench of elders in the Old Bluff Church 
in Fayetteville Presbytery. Pie was never known 
to be excited or angry in debate, and could not be 
provoked into a quarrel. His ready sympathy led 
to his being greatly sought as a surety, and in this 



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way his fine estate was finally wrecked. Over 
thirty thousand dollars' worth of property was 
sold after his death. He was killed by lightning 
while superintending work on his farm ; and wore 
in death the same sweet smile which was one of 
the charms of his noble face. Our pastor, the 
Rev. D. D. McBryde, who was with him the day 
and night before his decease, reported that in a 
conversation between them father said, "I have 
not long to live, but I have made my peace with 
God, and am ready to go." He never knew what 
it was to be afraid. He leaves his children the 
legacy of a life of integrity, piety and truth, and 
on his tomb might be inscribed the same words 
that mark his own father's last resting place : 

"Tread softly, stranger ; this is sacred earth ; 
Truth, virtue, magnanimity, and worth 
Sleep in silence here." 

n.-5, David McAllister (M. D.), died in Phila- 
delphia, just after completing his medical 
course at Jefferson College ; was buried there, 
and his fellow-students erected a monument to 
his memory. He and Rev. H. McAllister were 
honor graduates of the University of North 
Carolina. He was a man of rare gifts and rich 
promise. Nothing could be more truly or more 
beautifully eulogistic than the reverence and 
affection with which his brothers and sisters 
repeated the expressions and quoted the opin- 
ions o(f ''Brother David." 

IL-6, Rev. Hector McAllister, University of 
North Carolina, Union Theological Seminary, 



Genealogical Record. hi 

married Sarah Ann Womack, of Virginia. He 
was a faithful preacher of the gospel, and a 
life-long, honored member of Fayetteville Pres- 
bytery. Issue: I, James Watson, died in in- 
fancy. 2, Sarah Margaret, died in infancy. 3, 
Mary Rachel. 4, David Alexander, merchant, 
bachelor, Wade, N. C. 

II.-7, Rachel McAllister, married Samuel 
Whitaker. Issue: i, Rachel Isabella, born Feb- 
ruary 15, 1837. 2, Alexander, died in infancy. 

II.-8, Flora AIcAllister, died, unmarried, be- 
fore she was thirty. 

1 1.-9, Margaret McAllister, married James 
McAllister. Issue: J, James Lee, died in in- 
fancy. 2, Alexander, born August 3, i860; 
elder Bluff Church, fourth elder of same name. 

II.-io, Edith Isabella McAllister, born 
March 21, 1819; died April, 1873. A life-long 
invalid ; a most energetic, industrious woman ; 
she was never known to sing anything but a 
psalm or a hymn. A devoted Sunday-school 
worker, she gave a nice library to Bluff Church 
Sunday-school. I had the privilege of marking 
and numbering the books in my childish hand. 
She was most loyal to her friends and kindred. 
She entered the kingdom through much tribu- 
lation. 

III.-i, Alexander McAllister (Hatter Sandy), 
married Sarah Geddie. He was a soldier in the 
war of 1812. Issue: i, John McAllister, Jr. 2, 
Margaret Ann McAllister. 3, James McAllis- 
ter. 4, Catharine McAllister. 5, Hector Mc- 
Allister, Jr. 6, Charles McAllister. 7, Alex- 



112 Genealogical Record. 

ander McAllister, Jr. 8, William Benjamin 
McAllister, i, 5, 6, S, were good soldiers, 
C. S. A., as their father had been before them 
in the war of 1812. The infirm health of 3 ex- 
empted him from the army. 5, 6, 8 died mature 
men, one after the other, of consumption ; they 
never married. The youngest was an unusually 
fine man. 

1 1 1. -2, John McAllister, married Phereba 
Williams. Issue: i, Mary Elizabeth McAllis- 
ter, who married Henry Pemberton, and died 
childless. She had an elegant home, near Fay- 
etteville, beyond Haymount, where I more than 
once enjoyed her graceful hospitality. Her 
record closes here. 3, 4, 5, 6 died without issue. 

HI. -7, LovEDAY McAllister, l^orn December 
28, 1809; married Alfred Augustus McKethan, 
Fayetteville, N. C. (born July 8, 1809; died 
January 5, 1890), and bare him three sons. . Is- 
sue: I, Hector,^ born September 15, 1834; col- 
onel Fifty-first North Carolina Regiment, C. S. 
A. ; died November 6, 1881. 2, Edward Turner, 
born February 8, 1840; lieutenant, C. S. A.; 
A. B. University of North Carolina; elder of 
Fayetteville First Presbyterian Church, origi- 
nating what may prove the Second Church in 
Campbellton ; died June 10, 1888. 3, Alfred Au- 
gustus, Jr., born February 27, 1847; lieutenant, 
C. S. A. ; lives at Fayetteville, N. C. 

IV.-i, Alexander Colvin, married Mary Cause. 
Issue: I, Flora Colvin, born November g, 1821. 

'See Vol. I., II.-4-1. 



Genealogical Record. 113 

2, Tames G. Colvin. born September 20, 1827; 
died July 9, 1885. 3, Cbarles H. Colvin, be- 
came captain and tlien colonel, C. S. A., in a 
cavalry regiment from Alabama. 

lY-y, WrLLTAM Benjamin Colvin, married 
Flora Shaw. Issue: i, Mary S. Colvin. 2, 
Jane S. Colvin. 3. James W. Colvin. 4, Henry 
A. Colvin. 

V.-2, Alexander Carey McAllister, married 
Adelaide Worth, May 22, 1861. Issue: i, Alex- 
ander Worth McAllister, born March 21, 1862. 
2, James Slui1)al McAllister, born November 
25, 1865. 3, Sarah Thames McAllister, bom 
May 27, 1867. 4, Charles Colvin McAllister, 
born April 18, 1870. 5, Mary Delia McAllister, 
born November 27, 1872. 6, John Worth Mc- 
Allister, born April 12, 1874. 7, Thomas Gil- 
mer McAllister, born August 14, 1875. 8, Ade- 
laide Elise McAllister, born March 25, 1881 ; 
died 1899. 

V.-3, Mary J. McAllister, married John T. 
Council. Issue: i, Charles Colvin Council, died 
in infancy. 2, Alexander McA. Council. 3, 
Susan Council. 4, Ella Council. 5, Mary 
Council, died young. 6, Addie W. Council. 7, 
John T. Council. 8, Isla Lee Council. 9, Wil- 
liam E. Council. 10, Arthur Council. 1 1, Col- 
vin Council, died voung. 12, Rovden L Coun- 
cil. 

VL-i (see Vol. T., TTT.-3, 5, page 35), David Mc- 
Neill, elder Blufif Church, married Flora I. 
Atkins. Issue: i, Catharine. 2, Janet. 3, 
Alexander Duncan, g"ood soldier. Third North 
Carolina Regiment Cavalry, C. S. A. 4, John 



114 Genealogical Record. 

J., died in childhood. 5, Loveday Ann. I re- 
member her as a very sweet child. She died 
young". 

VI.-3, Loveday J. McNeill, married Henry R. 
King; was his second wife, and childless. 

VI.-4, Ronald McNeill, married, first, Grissella 
Gilmer ; no issue. Second, Sarah Dancer. 
Issue: 1, J. Madison McNeill, a great lawyer of 
Columbus, Ga. 

VL-5, John McNeill, married Efiie McKay. 
Issue: I, Kate McNeill. 2, James T. McNeill. 
After his death Mrs. McNeill married Malcolm 
Mclntyre, of Bluff Church. 

VI.-6, James McNeill, died in childhood. 

VI.-7, Flora Eliza McNeill, married H. R. 
King, his first wife. Issue: i, James A. King,^ 
lieutenant, C. S. A., promoted on field. 2, 
H. R. King, Jr., died aged seven years. 3, 
M. W. King. 4, Flora C. King, died in 1862. 
5, Loveday King, died in 1862. 6, Isabella 
King, unmarried, 1898, and now lives at Little 
River Acad, N. C. 

Vn.-i, Flora A. Smith, married Haynes Rich- 
ardson, of South Carolina. Issue: 1, William 
Richardson. 

Vn.-2(second wife), Margaret B. Smith, .mar- 
ried Alexander R. Smith, her cousin ; they emi- 
grated to Texas, and, after his death, to Cali- 
fornia, at least in part. Issue: i, Alexander B. 
Smith, died young in Texas. 2, Frank Smith, 
lives in Texas. 3, AVilliam Chalmers Smith, 

'James A. King, Lieutenant C. S. A., promoted on 
the battle-field for gallantry; afterwards killed in battle. 
— Author. 



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Los Angeles, Cal. 4, Farquhar H. Smith, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 5, Josephine Smith, Los Ange- 
les, Cal. 

This 1)elongs strictly to Vol. IV. of the 
record, because Alexander Smith was de- 
scended from Isabella McAllister, who married 
Farquhard Campbell, and is put here only for 
convenience. (See Vol. IV., and Appendix.) 

I.-i, I, Benjamin Franklin Williamson, mar- 
ried, first, Leonora Wilson ; second. Margaret 
I. Mclver. Issue by first wife: i, Frank Rog- 
ers Williamson, died unmarried. 2, John Wil- 
son Williamson, first sergeant of Inglis Light 
Artillery, C. S. A. ; county chairman of Dar- 
lington, S. C. (1876); died young, leaving a 
family. 3, George Dargan Williamson. 4, 
Lucius Williamson, died young, but married. 
5, Leon M. Williamson, died unmarried. Issue 
by second wife: i, Anne E. Williamson. 2, 
Bright Williamson. 3, E. Mclver Williamson. 
4, Mary Rogers Williamson. 5, Benjamin 
Franklin Williamson, Jr. 6, Meta J. Williams- 
son. 

I.-i, 2, Thomas C. Williamson, married, first, 
Annie E. Wilson; second, Lavinia James. No 
issue by seccond wife. Issue by first wife: i, 
Lowndes, who died unmarried. 2, Janie Rog- 
ers, lives in Darlington, S. C. 3, Laurens E., 
Inglis Light Artillery, C. S. A., 1865. 4, 
Robert E., died unmarried. 

I.-I, 3, 4, 6, died yoimg, leaving no issue. 

I.-I, 5, Lucius Williamson, married Louise 
Rerwbert. Issue: i, Charles L. Williamson. 



ii6 Genealogical Record. 

1.-2, 1, Gen. Charles Augustus Poellnitz, 
married ]\Iary Peay, of Fairfield county, S. C. 
Issue: I, Mary Euphradia, born 1833; died 
1863. 2, Eliza Rosalie, born 1835; died 1881. 
3, Ellen Florence, born 1839; died 1893. 4, 
Charles Augustus, Jr., born 1840, Greensboro, 
Ala. 5, Ida Celeste, born 1841 ; died 1850. 6, 
Caroline DeBondely ; died in infancy. 7, Jose- 
phine DeBondely, born 1844; died 1882. 8, 
Stella Octavia, born 1848. 9, Julia Wilhelmine 
Brandenstein, born 1849. ^o? Evie Ludwig, 
born 1853. 

Gen. Charles Augustus Poellnitz was born Sep- 
tember T, 1807, in Marlboro District, S. C, grad- 
uated at South Carolina College, studied law with 
Hon. William C. Preston, removed to Linden, 
Marengo county, Ala., in 1835. He was for more 
than fifty years a ruling elder in Montpelier 
Church. He gave the land and contributed lib- 
erally to the building of the church. He died 
January 25, 1891. Of ten children, one son and 
two daughters survived him in 1898. 

The following concerning Gen. Charles Augus- 
tus Poellnitz was written by the Rev. A. J. With- 
erspoon, D. D., which will be read with interest : 
''General Poellnitz was born in Marlboro Dis- 
trict, S. C, September i, 1807, and his love for his 
native State knew no decline. After leaving 
South Carolina College, where he was graduated 
with distinction, and where he was closely asso- 
ciated with James H. Thorn well, whom he greatly 
admired, Mr. Poellnitz studied law under Col. 
William C. Preston at Columbia. He practiced 



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in the courts of South CaroHna, and for a short 
time at Linden, Ala., but finahy a1)andoned law 
to devote himself to planting-. 

"Before leaving- South Carolina he married the 
beautiful Miss ]\Iary Peay, of Fairfield, a lovely 
woman of much culture; a true Christian, known 
by her good deeds and kind words. This de- 
voted wife filled his life with sunshine for more 
tlian fifty-seven years, and died but a short time 
before him. 

"After conversion under the preaching of the 
Rev. Thomas S. Withcrspoon, he joined the Pres- 
byterian Church, and was for upwards of fifty 
years a ruling elder in Montpelier Church. Giv- 
ing the ground — a lovely spot — and largely con- 
tril)uting to the building, General and Mrs. Poell- 
nitz in a great measure supported this church. 
His end was peace. Writing to a beloved daugh- 
ter, a few days before his death, he said, T am 
quietly waiting for the Master's call to heaven, 
sweet heaven.' 

"General Poellnitz removed to Marengo county, 
Ala., in 1835, and was ever afterwards one of its 
most distinguished citizens. He had great en- 
ergy, and was a large and successful j^lanter. In 
a handsome home, adorned with wealth and with 
taste, where the most refined hospitality ever 
reigned, General and Mrs. Poellnitz brought up 
their large family O'f ten cliildren, educating them 
carefully, and giving them all other advantages. 
Seven beautiful daughters grew to womanhood ; 
four of these daughters, Major Charles A. Poell- 
nitz, his only son, and many grandchildren and 



ii8 Genealogical Record. 

great-grandchildren survive him. His children, 
all members of the Presbyterian Church, are use- 
ful and influential members of society. 

"General Poellnitz was the grandson of Baron 
Poellnitz, one of the distinguished foreigners who 
tendered their services to General Washington, 
and to whom Congress granted a tract of land, 
then outside, but now in the heart of New York 
City. This land Baron Poellnitz exchanged with 
Captain Randall for a plantation in South Caro- 
lina. The New York property was left by Cap- 
tain Randall to found a home for seamen, and the 
proceeds have established the famous home at 
Snug Harbor. 

"The writer was at one time General Pocllnitz's 
pastor, and for long years enjoyed his friendship. 
He was always a friend to the minister and his 
family." 

He died at his home, in Marengo county, Ala., 
January 25, 1891, aged eighty-three years, four 
months and twenty-four days. 

I.-2, 2, Julius Edwin Poellnitz, M. D., mar- 
ried Mary Rembert, Rembert Post-office, Ala. 
Issue: I, Julius Rembert Poellnitz. 2, Edwin 
Augustus Poellnitz, born 1832; died 1865. 3, 
Mary L. Poellnitz, born 1837 ; died 1838. 4, 
James Alexander Poellnitz, born 1840; died 
1865. 5, Mary Elizabeth Poellnitz, born 
i84o(?); died 1893. 6, Sydney Caleb Poell- 
nitz, born 1844, now lives with his mother, 
Rembert, Ala. 7, Sarah Louise Poellnitz, born 
1846. 8, Julia Ann Irby Poellnitz, born 1848. 



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1.-2, 3, Margaret Elizabeth DeBondely 
PoELLNiTZ, married Col. James Rembert. 
Issue: 1, James P. Reml^ert, born 1841 ; died 
1864. 2, Celestia O. Rcm1)ert, born 1843. 3' 
Bettie R. Rembert, born 1845; ^^^^^ ^866. 4, 
Caleb Rembert, born 1847; ^^^^^^ iS,'/2. 5, 
Julius Poellnitz Rembert, born 1849; ^^^^^ 1887, 
married. 

1.-2, 4, Benjamin Bruno Poellnitz, married, 
first, Elizabeth Saunders ; no issue. Second, 
Mary Mandeville Rogers. Issue: i, Henrietta 
Manderville Poellnitz, born 1859. 2, Elizabeth 
Rogers Poellnitz, born 1861. 3, Robert Rogers 
Poellnitz, born 1863. 4, Benjamin Bruno Poell- 
nitz, Jr., born 1865. 5, Julius Frederick Poell- 
nitz, born 1867; died 1871. 6, Margaret De 
Bondely Poellnitz, born 1869. 7, Edwin 
Charles Poellnitz, born 1871. 8, Walter Du- 
rand Poellnitz, born 1873. 

I.-3, I, William Campbell, married Justinia 
Eskridge. Issue: i, Robert Campbell, Whit- 
field, Sumter county, Ala. 2, Bettie Campbell. 

I. -3, 2, Margaret Campbell, married General 
Adams. Issue: i, Robert C. Adams. 

I -3, 3, Benjamin Campbell, married Martha 
Singleton. Issue: i. Singleton Campbell. 2, 
Robert Campbell (dead). 

I. -3, 4, Farouhard Campbell, married Ella Sin- 
gleton. vSeveral children. 

I. -3, 7, Elizabeth Campbell. 



I.-3, 8, John Campbell, married Miss McGimp- 
rey; died in Texas. 



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I. -4, I (page — ) ; dead. 

I.-4, 2, Benjamin Rogers Smith, married, in 
1845, Margaret Graham; died 1879. She mar- 
ried, second, Rev. J. C. Sturgeon, Troy, Ala. 
Issue: I, George G. Smith, 1846. 2, Emma K. 
Smith, born 1848. 3, Margaret Ehzabeth 
Smith, born 1850. 4, Sarah Rogers Smith, 
born 1852 ; died September 24, 1863. 5, Benja- 
min Rogers Smith, born 1856. No issue by 
second husband. 

I.-4, 4, Sarah C. Smith, born February 28, 
1825 ; married Rev. J. Whitfield Graham, in 
1842; he died January i, 1899, at Tampa, Fla., 
at the home of his son-in-law, Mr. H. C. Gid- 
dens ; he was born January 19, 18 14, in Cum- 
berland county, N. C., son of Alexander Gra- 
ham and Margaret McAulay Graham. Issue: 
1, Needham Alexander, Calera, Ala. 2, George 
Leslie, born 1845. 3' Prof. Benjamin Chal- 
mers, born 1847, Tampa, Fla. 4, Margaret, 
died in infancy. 5, Kate Rogers, born 1851. 
6, John McCheyne, born 1853; ^^^^^ ^^ twenty- 
five years of age. 7, Thomas Frith, born 1855, 
Tampa, Fla. 8, James Whitefield, born 1857. 
9, Sallie McAulay, born 1857. 10, Judge Wil- 
liam Shelby, born 1861, Tampa, Fla. 11, Min- 
nie Mclndon, born 1863, Saulsbury, Tenn. 

1.-4, 5, Mary E. Smith, married Dr. John Gra- 
ham. Issue: I, Charlotte Graham (dead) ; 2, 
Margaret S. Graham. Two others died young. 

I -4, 6, Needham Smith, Jr., married, 1849, 
Lou Emily Patton, daughter of the Rev. 
W. K. Patton. Issue: i, William Camp- 



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bell Smith, l)orn 1850; died in infancy. 2, Alary 
Holmes Smith, born July 8. 1851. 3, Need- 
ham Smith, born March 12, 1853. 4, licnja- 
min Whitfield Smith, born C)ctol)er 21, 1855. 
5, Elizabeth Sarah Smith, born Septeml)er 28, 
1859. 6, Willie Smith (girl), born January 
28, 1862. 

II -3, r, Rachel Smith Williams, married Dr. 
John A. Young-. Issue: i, Carrie Young. 2, 
Celestia Young. 3, James G. Young. 4, Rosa- 
lie Young. 5, John Young. 6. William Henry 
Young. 7 and 8 unnamed. 

n.-3, 2, Eliza P. Williams, married Benjamin 
F. Taylor, in Mississippi, December 23, 1851. 
Issue: I, Florence B. 2, Martha A. R. 3, Ivy 
H. 4, Bettie. 5, Elias. 6, Gussie. 7, Donnie. 
8, unnamed. 

II.-3, 5, Martha Margaret Williams, married, 
March 2, 1866, W. H. Henly, in Mississippi; 
he died July, 1897; post-office, Richland, Miss. 
Issue: I, J. Alonzo, mechanic (carpenter), Lex- 
ington, Miss. 2, Mary E., at home with her 
widowed mother. 3, Maggie, dressmaking 
away from home. 4, William E. (dead). 

11.-3, 8, Mary J. Williams, not married, 1900. 

II.-4, I, John ALEXANDi-:R McAllister, married 
February 20, 1870, Florence Pope, Lumberton, 
N. C. Issue: i, Alexander Pope McAllister, 
A. B. Davidson College, class 95 ; teacher 1897. 
2, Willis Pope McAllister, bicycle dealer and 
plumber, Lum1)erton, N. C. ; Second Regiment 
North Carolina Volunteers, U. S. A., 1898, 
Spanish-American war. 3, Hugh McLean Mc- 



122 Genealogical Record. 

Allister, merchant, Lumberton ; deacon in Pres- 
byterian Church. 4, John David McAlhster, 
law student University of North Carohna. 5, 
Charles Payne McAllister. 
Carolina. 5, Charles Payne McAllister Minor. 

II.-4, 2, Anne Atkins McAllister, married 
Dr. H. A. McSwain, December 15, 1875, Wade, 
N. C. Issue: i, John McAllister McSwain, 
born October 12, 1876; died June 26, 1898, at 
Davidson, N. C, of typhoid fever; had just 
graduated at the preceding- commencement, 
and was entering nobly upon life with open 
doors of opportunity abounding when he was 
taken away. 2, Alexander McA. McSwain, 
died a child. 

A better, braver, truer woman never lived. 
She has been tested and proven in the fiery 
furnace of sore affliction. 

11.-4, 3' Rev. D. S. McAllister, married, Feb- 
ruary 16, 1875, Virginia Boykin, born March 
22, 1850. Issue: I, David Smith, Jr., born 
January 20, 1878; bookkeeper and cashier for 
the Smith Fewell Company, Rock Hill, S. C. 
2, Anne Belle, born August 19, 1879; teacher, 
Clifford Seminary. 3, Mary Janet, born October 
26, 1882. 4, Elizabeth Napier, born April 24, 
1884. 5, John Boykin, born July 7, 1886. 6, 
James Alexander, born October 20, 1889; died 
June 9, 1891 ; buried at Blenheim, S. C, in the 
Drake's Cemetery. 

II.-6, 3, Mary Rachel McAllister, married 
Alexander McNeill, Wade, N. C. Issue: i, 
Hector McA. McNeill. 2, Sallie Womack Mc- 



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Neill. 3. Alexander McNeill, Jr. 4, David 
McNeill. 5, .Alary McNeill. 

11.-6, 4. Da\ii) Alexander McAllister, bache- 
lor, 1899, merchant. Wade, N. C. 

Jl.-y, I, Rachel Isabella Whitaker, married 
Daniel M. McCormack. She was born Febru- 
ary 15, 1837, and married February 15, 1866. 
Issue: I, James Alexander, l-)orn November 20, 
1866; died May, 1867. 2, Ida, born June 1868; 
married January 22, 1896. 3, Mary Isabella, 
born May 21, 1870; married August 27, 1891. 

1 1.-9, 2, Alexander McAllister, married Julia 
Boykin. Issue: i, Anne Boykin McAllister. 
Two others were born, Init did not live more 
than a day. 

11 1.- 1, I, John McAllister, married Betsy 
Baker. Issue: i, Margaret Ann McAllister. 
2, Sarah E. McAllister. 3, John Thomas Mc- 
Allister. 4. Rachel McAllister. 5, Catharine 
McAllister. 

III.-i, 3, James McAllister, married Margaret 
McAllister. Issue: i, James Lea, died in in- 
fancy. 2, Alexander, fourth elder in succession 
of same name in the old Bluff Church, Wade, 
N. C. 

II I. -T, 4, Catharine McAllister, married late 
in life Daniel McKethan, the love of her youth, 
and died at her old home. Childless. 

I II. -7. 2, Edwin T. McKethan, married Janie 
W. Robeson. Issue: i, Ed. R. McKethan, Esq., 
Savannah, Ga. ; A. B. University of North Car- 
olina, 1891 ; B. L., 1892; attorney Savannah, 
1893; soldier, U. S. V., 1898; attorney in Fay- 



124 Genealogical Record. 

etteville, 1899, home again. 2, Alfred Augus- 
tus McKethan ; U. S. N. ; graduate of United 
States Naval Academy, 1894; ensign U. S. N., 
1898, United States ship Alliance. 3, John 
Alexander McKethan, druggist. Savannah, 
Ga., 1899. 4, David Gillespie McKethan, M. D., 
Savannah, Ga., and Fayetteville, N. C. 5, Eliza 
Street, died aged three years, a lovely child. 

III.-7, 3, Alfred Augustus McKethan, mar- 
ried, first, Kate McLaurin ; second Celia Utley. 
Issue by first wife: i, Kate Douglas. 2, Caro- 
line. 3, Augusta. 4, William McLaurin. 5, 
Janie Robeson. Issue by second wife : 6, Joe 
Utley. 7, Hector McAllister. 

IV.-i, I, Flora Colvin ^ (eldest child), married 
Dr. J. F. Key, of Alabama, June 22, 1844. 
Issue, three children, two died in infancy: i, 
Gustrine, born October 2^, 1847. ^^- ^^^Y ^^^^^ 
November i, 1850. 

IV.-i, 2, James G. Colvin/ married Frances 

' Flora Colvin Key was a woman of rare intellect, 
but modest and retiring even to timidity. Position and 
wealth counted little in her estimate of character. Her 
measure of worth was found in the personal conduct 
and the motive behind it. The regulative principle of 
her own conduct was her conception of duty, from 
which nothing could swerve her. She was early left a 
widow, and devoted her life to the bringing up of her 
only surviving child, Gustrine, and she left upon her 
child the stamp of her own worth and loveliness. 

^ A brave soldier of the C. S. A,, but compelled, by 
failing health, to withdraw from the service. He was 
an active member of the Baptist Church, and his was a 
consistent and beautiful Christian life. 



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Payne Novcnil)er 7, 1848. Issue, six children, 
three survive: 1, jNlary Jane. 2, Margaret W. 
3, Charles Henry, Jr. 

IV.-T, 3, Charles H. Coln'in/'' married Olivia 
Pickett. January, 1853. Issue, ten children, 
five survive: i, Martha Cause. 2, James P. 
3, Gus. 4, Florence Mabel. 5, Mary Jane. 

IV.-y, I, Mary Sttaw Coiain, married Thomas 
H. Tate, son of Rev. Robert Tate, Rocky Point, 
N. C. /.s\w/r.- T, R. W. Tate, M. D. 2, Thomas 
H. Tate. 3, Mary J. Tate. 4, A. C. Tate. 5, 
Charles S. Tate, M.'d. 

IV.-7, 2, Jane S. Colvin, married James W. 
Cromartie, Dawson's Landini^, Bladen county, 
N. C. Issue: I, Mary Shaw. 2, Livius. 3, 
Octavia. 4, Nina. 5, Janie. 6, Corinna. 7, 
Homer. 8, Lacy. 

Mr. Cromartie, a Presbyterian elder, attended 
centennial meeting of Fayetteville Presbytery 
at I)luiT Church, in October, 1858, and was one 
of the guests at Miss C. McAllister's. James 
W. Colvin, a young elder of twenty-four years, 
was also there. 

IV.-7, 3, James W. Colvin, married Anne B. 
IMoore. Issue: i, Mary Moore. 2, Flora Shaw. 

^A gallant officer of the C. S. A. He raised and 
equipped a company of cavalry with his own means, 
was captain, and rose, by valor and efficiency, to be 
colonel of the ^th Alabama cavalry, C. S. A., foug'ht 
in the great battle of Shiloh and in a legion of smaller 
engagements. He was an active member of the M. E. 
Church. He served through the war, and won and 
wore the worthy laurels of a Confederate cavalier. 



126 Genealogical Record. 

Mr. Colvin is the Presbvterian elder referred 
to on preceding page, IV.-7, 2. 

IV.-7, 4, Henry A. Colvin, unmarried; born 
August 21, 1838, x\tkinson, N. C. A surveyor, 
and an expert draughtsman. 

V.-2, I, Alexander Worth McAllister, mar- 
ried Sarah Little. Issue: i, Frank Little, born 
February 24, 1895. 2, John Worth, born Janu- 
ary 1897. 3, Lacy Little, born November, 
1898. 

V.-2, 2, James Shubal McAllister. 



V.-2, 3, Sarah Thames McAllister, married 
James Edwin Carson, Charlotte, N. C. Issue 
I, Adelaide Worth, born November 12, 1887 
April 29, 1896. 2, James, born June 24, 1889 
died May 25, 1890. 3, Edwin, born Septem- 
ber 22, 1890; died June 3, 1892. 4, McAllister 
Carson, born September 15, 1892. 5, Mary 
Williams, born April 13, 1895. 6, Maude 
Craig, born July 27, 1897. 

V.-2, 4, Charles C. McAllister, married Feb- 
ruarv 7, 1899, Ella Armistead Bur well, States- 
ville^ N. C. 

V--2, 5, Mary Della McAllister. 



V.-2, 6, John Worth McAllister. 



V.-2, 7, Thomas Gilmer McAllister. 



Genealogical Record. 127 

V-2, 8, Addiic Elise McAllister, Ijurn March 
25, 1881 ; died at one a. m.. May 6, 1899, at the 
home o^ her sister, Mrs. J. E. Carson, in Char- 
lotte, N. C. She was a student in the Presby- 
terian College. She lies buried at her home, 
Asheboro, N. C. 

"Pure in heart and spirit, sweet, modest and 
lovable, intelligent and cultured, gentle, though 
firm, she was the type of girlhood that promised 
a beautiful, noble womanhood." — Charlotte 
Ohscri'cr. 

V.-3, 2, Alexander McAllister Council, mar- 
ried Annie Mary Cromartie, December 29, 
1897. Issue not known. 

V.-3, 3, Susan Council, married Rev. R. H. 
Broome. Issue: i, Mary Porter. 2, Edith Ger- 
trude. 3, Sue Council. 4, Isabella McAllister. 

A'.-3, 4, Ella Thames Council, married James 
W. Cogdell. Issue: i, Eugenia Caldwell. 2, 
Mary E. 3, James Alex. 4, Ella C. 

V.-3, 6, Addie Worth Council, married J. L. 
Hall, and was early left a widow. Issue: i, 
Addie Stanley. 

^^•~3' 7> John T. Council. 



V.-3, 8, Isla Lee Council. 



V.-3, 9, William E. Council. 



V.-3, 10, Arthur Council. 



128 Genealogical Record. 

V.-3, 12, RoYDEN I. Council. 



VI.-i, I, Catharine I. McNeill, married L. A. 
Page, North Carolina. Issue: i, David Ander- 
son, born 1859. 2, Sarah Helen, born 1861. 3, 
Mary Isabel, born 1866. 4, Jesse Warden, born 
1868. 5, Alexander McNeill, born 1871. 6, 
James Sexton, born 1875. 7, Louis Wilson, 
born 1880. 

VI.-i, 3, Alexander D. McNeill, married Su- 
san A. Bell, 1865. Issue: i, David Richard. 2, 
John Alexander. 3, James Bell. 4, Margaret 
Isabel. 5, Robert E. 6, Catharine. 7, Susan. 
8, Alexander. 

VI. -4, I, James Madison McNeill, unmarried, 
now living in Columbus, Ga., a highly distin- 
guished lawyer. 

VI.-5, I, Kate McNeill, married Ed. Rhodes. 
Issue, three children, names not given. 

YI.-5, 2, James T. McNeill, married Jennie 
Rhodes. No issue. 

VI.-7, 3, Michael William King, married 
Margaret Bell. Issue: i. Flora Eliza. 2, James 
Alexander. 3, Margaret C. 4, Mary Helen. 
5, William Allison. 6, Richard Robert. 7, Hu- 
bert Morris. 8, Loveday Jane. 9, Milton 
Augustus, died in infancy. 10, John H., died 
in infancy. 

VII.-i, I, William Richardson, married Anne 
Fox wood. 

I -i-i, 2, John W. Williamson, married Bessie 
L. Saunders. Issue: i, M. Leonora, married 



Genealogical Record. 129 

November 15, 1899, David G. Coit, son of 
Major J. C. Coit, of Cheraw, settled in Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 2, Bessie L., married Dr. John E. 
Boyd. 3, Emma Alston. 4, John Wilson, Jr. 
5, Albert Lewis, married, lives near Corsicana, 
Texas. 6, Louise Hale. 7, Benjamin Franklin, 
died young-. 8, Cornelia A. 

L-T-2, 3. omitted. 

L-i-i, 6, Annie E. Williamson, married 
Charles B. Edwards, Darlington, S. C. Issue: 
I, Margaret J. 2, Mary Rogers. 3, Charles B., 
Jr. 4, Florence. 

L-i-i, 7, Bright Williamson, bachelor, banker 
and planter, Darlington, S. C. 

L-i-i, 8, E. McIvER Williamson. 



L-I-I, 9, Mary Rogers Williamson. 



L-I-I, 10, Benjamin Franklin Williamson, 
Jr., married Isabel Symmers, Columbia, S. C. 
Issue: I, Isabel Symmers Williamson. 2, Jes- 
sie Symmers Williamson. 

L-I-I, II, Meta J. Williamson, married R. E. 
James. Issue: i, Helen James. 

L-i-2, 3, Laurens E. Williamson, married 
Adele Dargan. Issue: i, Annie. 2, Laurens 
E., Jr. 

Annie married C. W. Milling, and they had 
two children. Adele and Charles Wdiitfield, 
whose names are inserted here because the plan 
of the book does not extend to their generation. 



130 Genealogical Record. 

I -1-5, I, Charles L. Williamson, married 
Miss Rembert. Issue unknown. 

I.-2-1, I, Mary Euphradia Poellnitz, married 
Gen. G. D. Johnston. Issue: i, George B., born 
1853. 2, Charles P., born 1855. 3, Mihon, 

born 1857. 4, Euphradia, born 1862. 

1.-2-1, 2, Eliza Rosalie Poellnitz, married Dr. 
T. J. De Yampert. Issue: i, Charles P. De 
Yampert. 2, Mary L. De Yampert. 

I.-2-1, 3, Ellen Florence Poellnitz, married 
W. A. Gunter, LL. D. Issue: Rosa D. Gunter, 
married T. D. Semple. 2, Charles P. Gunter. 
3, Julia P. Gunter, married W. H. Rowan. 4, 
William Gunter. 5, Helen Gunter. 6, Clarence 
Gunter. 

I.-2-1, 4, Major Charles Augustus Poellnitz, 
married Mary Le Vert Withers, Greensboro, 
Ala. Issue: i, Mary W. Poellnitz, born 1870; 
married C. D. Walker. 2, Annie Poellnitz, 

born 1872 ; married Benners. 3, Stella 

Poellnitz, born 1874. 4, Charles Poellnitz, born 
1876. 5, Robert Poellnitz, born 1878. 6, Wil- 
liam Poellnitz, born 1880. 7, Helen Poellnitz, 
born 1886. 8, Henry Poellnitz, born 1888. 

I.-2-1, 5, Josephine De Bondely Poellnitz, 
married William H. Hubbard. Issue: Two 
children, both died young. 
I.-2-1, 8, Stella Octavia Poellnitz, married 

Captain R. A. Hardie. No issue. 
I -2-1, 9, Julia Wilhelmina Brandenstein 
Poellnitz, married, first, R. C. Keeble ; sec- 
ond, Captain Charles Sewall. No issue. 
I.-2-1, 10, Evie Ludwig Poellnitz, married 



Genealogical Record. 131 

L. F. Holt, planter. Issue: 1, Stella, born 1879. 
2, Burton, born 1881. 3, Luther, born 1883. 
4, Julia, born 1889. 5, Mary C, born 1892. 

L-2-2, I, Julius Rembert Poellnitz, surgeon 
C. S. A., married, first, Eliza H. Means ; sec- 
ond, Anne Seabrook. Issue by first wife: i, 
Julius E., born i860. 2, Claudia, born 1863. 
Issue by second wife : 3, Mary Poelnitz. 4, 
Bertie Poellnitz. 5, Ernest Poellnitz. 6, Mat- 
tie Poellnitz. 

1.-2-2, 2, Edwin Augustus Poellnitz, lieuten- 
ant C. S. A., married Sallie Lyles. Issue: i, 
Lida A. Poellnitz, born 1862. 2, Mary R. Poell- 
nitz, born 1864. 

I.-2-2, 3, 4, 5 had no issue. 

1-2-2, 6, Sydney Caleb Poellnitz, married 
Lula G. Luther. Issue: i, Sydney L., born 
1887. 2, Leon A., born 1889. 3, Mary Lois, 
born 1892. 4, Kathleen, born 1895. 

I.-2-2, 7, Sarah Louise Poellnitz, married 
N. P. Lyles. Issue: i, Mary Lou, born 1867; 
married T. J. Beck. 2, Edwin, born 1868; died 
1872. 3, Thomas M., born 1879. 4' Claudia 
P., born 1884. 5, Nick P., born 1887; died 
1887. 2 and 5 died young. 

L-2-2, 8, Julia Ann Irby Poellnitz, born 1845, 
not married. 

L-2-3, I, James P. Rembert. 



L-2-3, 2, Celestia C. Rembert, married Dr. 

F. N. Kitchell. Issue: i, Lee. 2, Lizzie. 
L-2-3, 3 <^^icd in infancy. 



132 Genealogical Record. 

I. -2-3, 4, Caleb Rembert, married Augusta 
Askew. 

I.-2-3, 5, Julius P. Rembert, married Susie 
Lyon. Issue: i, Helen Rembert. 2, Rosa Rem- 
bert. 

I. -2-4, I, Henrietta AIandeville Poellnitz. 



I.-2-4, 2, Elizabeth Rogers Poellnitz, married 
Michael S. Thomas. Issue: i, Henry, born 
1 89 1. 2, Mary, born 1893. 3, John, born 1896. 

I.-2-4, 3, Robert Rogers Poellnitz. 



I.-2-4, 4, Benjamin Bruno Poellnitz. 



L-2-4, 5, Julius Frederick Poellnitz, born 

1867; died 1 87 1. 
L-2-4, 6^ Margaret De B. Poellnitz. 



L-2-4, 7y Edwin Charles Poellnitz. 



L-2-4, 8, Walter Durand Poellnitz. 



L-2-4, 9. 



I -3-1, I, Robert Campbell, Whitfield, Ala. 



Genealogical Record. 133 

I -3-1, 2, Bettie Campijell. 

I.-3-2, I, RoiiERT (Campbell) Adams. 

I.-3-3, I, Singleton Campbell. 



I.-3-4, T, 2, 3, 4; L-3-7, I, 2; I.-3-8, I, 2, 3, 4, 
paRe — . 

I.-4-2, I, Rev. George G. Smith (M. E.), mar. 
March 7, 1889, Susie M. Brown, born April 13, 
1867, who died about one year after, Nov. 25, 
1889, leavino- no issue; second wife, Annie M. 
Patterson, born March 5, 1866; married No- 
vember 4, 1890. Issue by second wife: i, Pat- 
terson Brown Smith. 2, SaUie Rogers Smith. 
3, Alary Annie Smith. 4, George Hoyt Smith. 

T.-4-2, 2, Emma K. Smith, married, first, Robert 
Pegram Walker, one child ; second, Sydney 
MacLeod. Issue by first husband: i, Robert 
Emma Smith Walker, Ozark, Ala. Issue by 
second hus1:)and : 2, Margaret MacLeod. 3, 
Sydney Smith MacLeod, died 1895. 4, Kate 
MacLeod. 5, INIalcolm McAulay MacLeod. 6, 
Edith MacLeod. 7, Benjamin. 

1.-4-2, 3 (see L-4-5, 2, page 135), Margaret 
Elizabeth Smith, married Edmund Gross, 
Dover, Ga. Childless. She was second wife. 

L-4-2, 5, Benjamin Rogers Smith, married 
Ella Cauda. Issue: i, William Crenshaw 
Smith. 2, Sallie Rogers Smith. 



134 Genealogical Record. 

L-4-4, I, Needham Alexander Graham, mar- 
ried Minnie Leeper, Shelby county, Ala. Issue: 
I, Sarah Catharine Graham. 2, Needham Alex- 
ander Graham, Jr. 3, Samuel Leeper Graham. 
4, John Graham. 5, James Theophilus Gra- 
ham. 6, Charlotte Graham. 7, Fannie Gra- 
ham. 

I. -4-4, 2, George Leslie Graham, married Ger- 
trude Compton, Dallas county, Ala. Issue: i, 
James W. Graham. 2, Ulmer C. Graham. 3, 
Needham L. Graham. 4, Gertrude Graham. 5, 
Frank Graham. 6, Perry Graham. 

L-4-4, 3' Prof. Benjamin Chalmers Graham, 
married Sallie Gates, Manatee county, Fla. 
Issue, six girls, five living: i, Kate E. Graham. 
2, Bertha M. Graham. 3, Rebecca M. Graham. 
4, Creary Graham. 5, Gladys Graham. 6, An- 
nie L. Graham. 

L-4-4, 7» Thomas Frith Graham, married Bes- 
sie Wyatt, and had one child ; died in infancy. 

L-4-4, 9, Sallie McAuley Graham, married 
H. C. Giddens, Tampa, Fla. Issue: 1, Henry 
C. Giddens, Jr. 

L-4-4, IL Minnie McIndon Graham, married 
C. E. Jones, Saulsbury, Tenn. Issue, seven 
children: i, Katharine Jones. 2, William C. 
Jones. 3, Mabel Jones. 4, Estelle Jones. 5, 
James G. Jones. 6, Thomas Jones. 7, Henry 
Sauls Jones. 

L-4-5, I, Charlotte Graham, married W. R. 
Houser; both are now dead. Issue: i, Marga- 
ret Houser, deceased. 2, Robert Graham 
Houser, Antaugaville, Ala. 



Genealogical Record. 135 

L-4-5, 2 (see 1.-4-2, 3, page 133), Margaret S. 
Graham, married Ed. Gross, Dover, Ga. 
Childless. She was first wife. 

I -4-6, 2, Mary H. Smith, married Charles 
llaynes worth. Issue: i, Walker W. Haynes- 
worth, born July 8, 1879; <^^ie^^- 2, Hattie Lou 
Haynesworth, born December 20, 1880; died 
September 20, 1881. 3, John Needham Haynes- 
worth, born November 9, 1882. 4, Charles E., 
Haynesworth, born April 26, 1885. 5' ^ ^^oy, 
still-born. 6, Carrie L. Haynesworth, born 
June 13, 1888. 7, Williani Henry Haynes- 
W'.)rth, born July 7, 1891. 

I.-4-6, 3, Needham Smith (of the Son Angclo 
Press, San Angelo, Texas), married March 15, 
1876, Matilda B. Grier. Issue: i, Benjamin 
Whitfield, born February 11, 1877. 2, Willie 
Maude, born September 4, 1878. 3, Laura B., 
born November 30, 1879. 4' Needham, born 
April 5, 1 88 1. 5, Mioma Blanche, born Janu- 
ary 27, 1883. 6, Pearl, born November 7, 1884. 
7, Gordon, born November .3, 1886. 8, Leslie 
G., born July 7, 1888. 9, Wortham Smith, 
born February 13, 1890. 10, Warren, born 
December 21, 1891. 11, Rory Smith, born 
July 2y, 1894. 

L-4-6, 4, Benjamin W. Smith, married Ida J. 
Klice. Issue: i. Viva Smith, l)orn August 6, 
1889. 2, Livia Lorena, born March 26, 1896. 
3, Benjamin Whitfield, born July 24, 1898. 

L-4-6, 6, Sarah E. Smith, married Mack Boyd, 
Sul})hur S])rings, Texas. Issue: i, Texana 
Boyd, born November 21, 1878. 2, John Mack, 



136 - Genealogical Record. 

born October 12, 1880. 3, Cecil Lou, born 
March 28, 1884. 4, Arthur Marcelhis, born 
October 5, 1886. 5, Malcohii, born June 29, 
1896. 

I.-4-6, 7, Willie Smith (girl), married T. R. 
Leeman. No issue. 

II.-3-1, I, Carrie Young. 



II. -3-1, 2, Celestia Young. 



IL-3-1, 3, James G. Young. 



II.-3-1, 4, Rosalie Young, 



II.-3-1, 5, John Young, married Florence B. 
Taylor, February, 1887. Issue: i, Donnie, 
dead ; 2, Willis Barker, dead ; 3, Fannie P. 4, 
Mary M. 

II. -3-1, 6, William Henry Young. 



II.-3-2, I, Florence B. Taylor, married John 
Young-. (See II.-3-1, 5, above.) Issue: i, 
Donnie, dead. 2, Willis B., dead. 3, Fannie 
P. 4, Mary M. 

II.-3-2, 2, Martha A. R. Taylor, married 
W. T. Beauchamp, March, 1882. Issue: i, 
Gussie Beauchamp. 2, Bennie Taylor Beau- 
champ, dead. 3, Clifton R. Beauchamp. 4, 



Genealogical Record. 137 

William T. Beauchanip. 5, ]\lary J. Beau- 
champ. 6, Martha E. Beauchanip. 7, Hicks 
Bcauchamp. 8, Catharine M. Beauchanip. 
11.-3-2, 3, I\ Y H. Taylor. 



1 1. -3-2, 4, Bettie Taylor. 



1 1. -3-2, 5, Eli AS Taylor. 



II.-3-2, 6, GussiE Taylor, married James Pip- 
pin. Issue: I, Jessie Pippin. 2, Eliza Pippin. 
3, James Pippin. 4, Louis Pippin. 5, a ^irl. 

II.-3-2, 7, DoNNiE Taylor, married G. M. Bar- 
ker, November 20, 1889. ^ssue: i, Benjamin 
Taylor Barker. 2, Troy Ellis Barker. 3, Flor- 
ence E. Barker. 4, Marjorie A. Barker. 

1 1. -3-5, I, J. Alonzo Henly. 

II.-3-5, 2, Mary E. Henly. 



n.-3-5, 3, Maggie Henly. 



n.-4-i, I, Alexander Pope McAllister, 
teacher; editor Robcsoiiiaii, Lumberton, N. C. 

n.-4-i, 2, Willis Pope IMcAllister, bicycle 
dealer ; soldier in Second Xortli Carolina 
Troops, in Spanish war. 

n.-4-i, 3. Hugh McLean McAllister, mer- 
chant ; deacon in Lumberton Church. 



138 Genealogical Record. 

II.-4-1, 4, John David McAllister, lawyer. 

II.-4-1, 5, Charles Payne McAllister, minor. 

II.-4-2, I, John McAllister McSwain, only 
child ; died June 26, 1898, just after graduating 
high in his class at Davidson College. 

II--4-3. I. David Smith McAllister, Jr., cash- 
ier and assistant bookkeeper, Smith Fewell 
Company, Rock Hill, S. C. 

^^■-4-3^ 2, Anne Belle McAllister, teaching; 
honor graduate Clifford Seminary. 

1 1 --4-3' 3' Mary Janet McAllister, student, 
Winthrop College. 

11-4-3' 4' Elizabeth Napier McAllister, stu- 
dent Winthrop College. 

II--4-3' 5' John Boykin McAllister, student 
Presbyterian High School, Rock Hill, S. C, 
and on the honor roll. 

II -4-3' 6, James Alexander, died young. 

II--5-3' I. Hector McAllister McNeill. 



n.-5-3, 2, Sallie Womack McNeill. 



11.-5-3, 3' Alexander McNeill. 



n.-5-3, 4, David McNeill. 



II--5-3. 5. Mary McNeill. 



Genealogical Rfxord. 139 

II.-7-1, 2, Ida McCuraiack, married Rev. D. F. 
Shepherd, January 23, 1896. Issue: i, John 
W., born October 22, 1896. 

II. -7-1, 3, Mary Belle McCormack, married 
Charlton Wilson John, Bennettsville, S. C, 
August 7, 1 89 1. He died 1899. Issue: i, Bet- 
tie Isabel, born May 10, 1893. 2, David M., 
born August 8, 1890. 3, Griffith, born Decem- 
ber II, 1896. 

II.-9-2, I, Anne Bo v kin McAllister. 



ill.-i-i, I, Margaret Ann McAllister, mar- 
ried Baker. 

III.-1-3, 2, Alexander McAllister, married 
Julia Boykin. Issue: i, Annie Boykin McAllis- 
ter. 

III.-7-2, I. Ed. R. McKethan, attorney at law, 
Savannah, Ga. ; served in a Georgia regiment, 
lost his health, returned to Fayetteville, N. C. ; 
lawyer there. 

ITT.-7-2, 2, Alfred Augustus McKethan, 
lieutenant, U. S. N. 

III.-7-2, 3, JoLiN Alexander R. McKethan, 
pharmacist, Savannah, Ga. 

III.-7-2, 4, David Gillespie McKethan, M. D. 



III.-7-2, 5, Eliza Street McKethan, a very 
pretty child, an only daughter, died three years 
of age. 

III.-7-3, I, Kate Douglas McKethan. 



140 Genealogical Record. 

IIL-7-3, 2, Caroline McKethan, married 

Thomas Purdie, of Bladen, N. C. 
1 1 1. -7-3, 3, Augusta McKethan. 



Ill -7-3, 4, William McL. McKethan. 



III.-7-3, 5, Janie Robeson McKethan. 



ITI.-7-3, 6, Joseph Utley McKethan. 



III.-7-3, 7, Hector McAllister McKethan. 

Col. H. McA. McKethan was a promising 
young business man in Fayetteville, N. C, with 
his father, in the great carriage works. At the 
beginning of the war he entered the service of 
the Confederacy as one of the lieutenants of the 
''Old Independent Company" of Fayetteville, 
N. C, F. I. L. I. By act of legislature, all the 
lieutenants of this company ranked as captains, 
and the captain as major. In the First North 
Carolina Volunteers this company first saw war. 
At the close of their six months enlistment, young 
McKethan enlisted a company for the war, and 
by unparalleled bravery and assiduous attention 
to duty became the honored colonel of the valiant 
Fifty-first North Carolina Volunteers, distin- 
guished on many a bloody field. His men called 
him "Old Hec," and said he did not know what 
fear was. With his health wrecked bv the vicis- 



Genealogical Record. 141 

situdes of war, he lived with his father in Fay- 
ettevillc, and there died, withont issue. He never 
got over the disaster at Fort Harrison. 
IV.-i-T, T, GusTRTNE Key, married Major Wilhs 
J. jMihier, Birmingham, Ala., October 19, 1865. 
Issue: I. William Key. 2, May Clare. Episco- 
pal family. 

Gustrine Key, the only surviving child of Dr. 
J. F. Key and Flora Colvin Key, was born Octo- 
ber 27, 1847, ^^^'-^ ^'^'^s married to Major Willis J. 
Milner, October 19, 1865. They had three chil- 
dren, two of whom survive — Henry and Mary 
Clare Key. Mrs. Milner is a woman of unusual 
intellectuality, and superior culture, modest, 
strong, self-reliant, and has the courage of her 
convictions. She is a most helpful mate to her 
excellent husband. Her children rise up to call 
her blessed, her husband also, and he praiseth her. 
She is a member of the Episcopal Church. 
Henry Key married Helen Louise Bishop, Feb- 
ruary 14, 1889. Issue: I, Martha. 2, Gus- 
trine. 

Ivlr. Key is a man of ability, a thoroughly equip- 
ped civil engineer, finished at the best schools. 
He is a consistent member of the Episcopal 
Church, and though so young, an efficient, hon- 
ored vestryman. 
May Clare Key, unmarried. 

She is a yoimg woman who combines in beau- 
tiful harmony intellectual power, and the beautiful 
graces which are woman's great charm. She is a 
lovely character. She has received many social 
honors, among wdiich was the sponsorship for the 



142 Genealogical Record. 

State of Alabama at the Confederate Reunion at 
Richmond in 1896. She was also chosen queen 
of the festival at one of the Mardi Gras celebra- 
tions in Birmingham. 

These two are inserted here because the scope 
of the book is not continued to their generation. 

Eight Generations : 

I. Alexander Colvin married Margaret Robin- 
son, in Scotland. 

II. Jane Colvin married Col. A. McAllister. 

III. Flora McAllister married Col. John Col- 
vin. 

IV. Alexander Colvin married Mary J. Cause. 

V. Flora Colvin married Dr. J. F. Key. 

VI. Gustrine Key married Major Willis J. Mil- 
ner. 

VII. Henry Key married M. L. Bishop. 

VIII. Martha and Gustrine. 

IV.-1-2, I, Mary Jane Colvin, married D. B. 

Merri wether in January, 1881. Childless. 

Baptist family. 
IV.-1-2, 2, Margaret W. Colvin, married M. L. 

McMullen, 188-. No children. Baptist family. 
IV.-1-2, 3, Charles Henry Colvin, married 

Addie Evans, June i, 1897. Episcopal family. 

Issue: I, Dorothy Elizabeth. 
IV.-1-3, I, Martha Cause Colvin, married, 

first, Charles A. Dennis, November, 1878; he 

died in February, 1880. Baptist. She married, 

second, J. M. Hollo way, in 1885. No children 

bv either. 



Genealoctcai. Record. 143 

I\\-i-3, 2. Ja.mes p. CoLXiX, M. D., married 
Addie IMcRae, April, 1892. Episcopalians. 
Issue, four children: i, Charles Henry. 4, 
Gus Wilson. 2 and 3 died. 

IV.-1-3, 3, Gus CoLviN is a noble young man of 
fine ability, and tested and proven worth. He 
is unmarried ; an Episcopalian. 

IV.-1-3, 4. h^LORENCE Mabel, married Crawford 
Jinks, April, 1892. Episcopalian. Issue: i, 
Crawford Colvin. 

n'.-i-3. 5, Mary Jane Colvin, a bright, cul- 
tured, lovely young woman ; unmarried ; Epis- 
copalian. 

iy.-/-i, I, Robert William Tate, married 
Mattie Wliitehead. Issue: i, Walter. 2, 
Thomas. 3, Ora. 4, Flora, died in infancy. 5, 
William. 6. Lacy. 7, Mattie C. 

IV.~7-i, 2, Thomas Hunter Tate. 



IV.-7-1, 3, Mary Jane Tate. 



IV.-7-1, 4, Alexander C. Tate. 



IV.-7-1, 5, Charles S. Tate, M. D., married 
Mary J. Camp1)ell. Issue: i, Nina Octavia, 
born November 7, 1897. 

IV.-7-2, I, Mary Shaw Cromarth-:, married 
Captain Roberts, Tarpon Springs, Fla. 

IV.-7-2, 2, Livius Cromartie. 



144 Genealogical Record. 

IV.-7-2, 3, Nina Cromartie, married Jes- 

sup. 
IV.-7-2, 4, OcTAviA Cromartie, married W. N. 

Campbell, Clarkton, N, C. Six children. 
IV.-7-2, 5, Janie Crom ARTIE, married 

Kelly, of Mississippi. 
IV.-7-2, 6, Corina Cromartie. 



IV.-7-2, 7, Homer Cromartie. 



IV.-7-2, 8, Lacy Cromartie. 



IV.-7-2, 9, Preston Cromartie, married 

living in Florida. 
IV.-7-3, ^y Mary Moore Colvin. 



IV.-7-3, 2, Flora Shaw Colvin. 



V.-2-1, I, Frank Little McAllister. 



V.-2-1, 2, John McAllister. 



V.-2-3, 4, McAllister Carson. 



V.-2-3, 5, Mary Williams Carson. 



Genealogical Record. 145 

V.-2-3. 6, Maud Craig Carson. 

V.-2-4, McAllister. 

V.-3-3. I, Mary Porter "Broom. 

V.-3-3. 2, Edith Gertrude Broom. 

V.-3-3, 3, Sui-: Council Broom. 

^^-3-3, 4, Isabel McAllister Broom. 

V.-3-4, I, Eugenia Caldwell Cogdell. 

V.-3-4, 2, Mary Eliza Cogdell. 
V.-3-4, 3, James Alexander Cogdell. 
\^-3-4, 4, Ella Council Cogdell. 
V.-3-1, 5, r I, are all dead. 
V.-3-6, I, Addie Stanley Hall. 



146 Genealogical Record. 

VI.-i-i, I, David Anderson Page, married, in 
1883, Edith Eulalie Durham. Issue: 1, Ruby 
Lucile, born 1884. 2, Harry Durham, born 
1888. 3, Marjorie Hemans, born . 

VI.-i-i, 2, Sallie Helen Page, married Dr. 
James H. McDuffie, 1302 Third Avenue, Co- 
lumbus, Ga. Issue: i, Annie Laurie, born 1883. 
2, Love Alexander, born 1885. 3, James Henry, 
born 1888. 4, Louis Robert, born 1891. 5, 
David Page, born 1893. 6, William A., born 
1896. 

VL-i-i, 3, Mary Isabel Page, married Henry 
Rollin Clark, 1888. Issue: i, Helen Page 
Clark, born 1889; died 1890. 2, Robert Page 
Clark, born 1890. 3, Ed. Everett Clark, born 
1892. 4, Mary C. Clark, born 1893. 5, Paul 
Coe Clark, born 1895. 6, Jessie Page Clark, 
born 1897. 

VL-i-i, 4, Jesse W. Page, married, in 1892, 
Maggie V. Patterson. Issue: i, Louis Ander- 
son Page. 

VL-I-I, 5, Alexander McNeill Page. 



VL-I-I, 6, James Sexton Page. 



VL-i-i, 7, Louis Wilson Page. 



VL-1-3, I, David R. McNeill, married Carrie 

Parrish, Lake City, Fla. Issue not known. 
VI.-1-3, 2, John Alexander McNeill. 



Genealogical Record. 147 

VI.-1-3, 3. Ja.mes Bell McNeill. 



\'I.-i-3, 4, Margaret Isabella McNeill, mar- 
ried John \\ Collier, Little River Academy, 
N. C. Issue: I, Blanche Isaljel. 

\'I.-i-3. 5, Robert E. McNeill, Sparks, Fla. 



VI.-1-3, 6, Catharine McNeill, Kinnon, N. C. 



VI.-1-3, 7, Susan McNeill, Kinnon, N. C. 



VI.-1-3, 8, Alexander McNeill, Kinnon, N. C. 



VI.-7-3, I, Flora E. King, married Robert R. 

Surles, Little River Academy, N. C. 
VL-7-3, 2, James Alexander King. 



VL-7-3, 3, Margaret C. King. 



YL-7-3. 4, Mary Helen King. 



VL-7-3, 5, William Allison King. 



148 Genealogical Record. 

VI.-7-3, 6, Richard Robert King. 

VI.-7-3, 7, Hubert Morris King. 

VI.-7-3, 8, LovEDAY Jane King. 



APPENDIX A. 



THE COLVIN LINE. 

Alexander Col\'in. married Margaret Robinson, 
in Scotland. Issue: i, Jane Colvin, born at sea, 
September 20, 1740. 2, Mary Colvin. 3, John 
Colvin. 4, Colvin, died aged twenty- 
one. 5, Colvin, killed by a falling tree. 

Of five children only three left issue — Jane, 
Mary and John, designated respectively^ I., II., 
III. ^ 

I. Jane Colvin, married, July 14, 1763, Col. 
Alexander McAllister, of Loup, Scotland. 
Issue: I, Margaret McAllister. 2, Alexander 
McAllister. 3, Hector McAllister. 4, Catha- 
rine McAllister. 5, Ronald McAllister. 6, 
Charles McAllister. 7, Flora McAllister. 8, 
John McAllister. 9, Angus McAllister. 10, 
Mary McAllister. 11, Isabella McAllister. 

All I. is completed in Vol. II., and need not 
be repeated. 

II. Mary Colvin, married William Stewart, of 
royal descent. Issue: i, Mary Stewart. 2, 
William Stewart. 

III. John Colvin, married Anne Dc Rosset. 
Issue: I, Jane Colvin. 2, Mary Colvin. 3, 
John Colvin. 



150 Genealogical Record. 

II.-i, Mary Stewart,, married Spiller. No 

record. 

II.-2, William Stewart moved to Alabama. 
His son, William, had a son, William Stewart, 
a prominent physician. 

III.-i, Jane Colvin, married Benjamin Mills, 
Montgomery, Ala. Issue: i, Benjamin Mills, 
Jr. 2, Annie Mills. 

1 1 1. -2, Mary Colvin, married Col. John G. 
Schull. Issue: i, Joseph SchuU, record closes. 
2, Flora Schull, died young; record closes. 

IIL-3, Major John Colvin^ married, first, No- 
vember 2^, 1792, Flora McAllister (issue of 
first wife given in Vol. I., IV.) ; second, 
Elizabeth Jones. Issue: i, Robert Beattie, born 
May 27, 1809. 2' Eliza Margaret, born Feb- 
ruary 28, 181 1 ; died March 26, 1822. 3, Han- 
son Moore, born June 20, 181 3. 4, Annie Jane, 
born June 24, 181 5. 5, John Morgan, born 
July, 1817; died December, 1817. 6, Margaret, 
born June 4, 1819; died in Alabama. 7, Flora, 
born January 4, 182 1. 8, Samuel Jones, born 
April, 1823; died November 22, 1823. Major 
John Colvin married, third, Catharine Rut- 
ledge. She died February 15, 1857. Issue, six 
children: 1, Eliza R., born May 29, 1825. 2, 
Thomas R., born January 22, 1827; died June 
I5» 1893. 3, Aaron M., born January 21, 1828. 
4, Catharine G., born August 10, 1830; died 
July 28, 1893. 5, Pearsall C, born September 
25, 1835 ; died September i, 1896. 6, Laura H., 
born August 24, 1839; died August 11, 1845. 

ni.-i, I, Benjamin Mills. 



Genealogical Record. 151 

III.-i, 2, Annie Mills, married Judge Wash- 
burn, of Cincinnati, Ohio ; Hved in Montgom- 
ery, Ala. Issue: i, Hamilton Washburn. 2, 
Benjamin Washburn. 

I., II., III.-2, find finished above, leaving 
only III. -3 to consider. 

Second Wife of Major John Colvin. 

III.-3, I, Robert B. Colvin, married Jennie 
Hurst. Issue: i, William J., died in Virginia 
1862. 2, Cyril. 3, Althea. 4, Robert. 5, Kate. 
6, Hanson. 

II I. -3, 3, Hanson M. Colvin, married Elizabeth 
A. Henry. Issue: i, Elizabeth Colvin. 

TIT. -3, 4, Annie J. Colvin, married Dr. Bryan 
Sloan. Issue: 1, Jane T. Sloan. 2, John Sloan, 
died in Texas. 

1 1 1. -3, 6, Margaret Colvin, died in Alabama. 

1 1 1 .-3, 7, Flora Colvin, married William Arm- 
strong, in Alabama. Issue: r Hoccart Arm- 
strong, died, C. S. A., in Virginia, aged six- 
teen. 

Third Wife of Major Colvin. Descendants. 

ITT. -3, I, Eliza Colvin, married Hugh Sloan. 
Issue: I, Alexander C. Sloan. 2, Laura Sloan. 
3, David Sloan. 4, Flora Sloan. 5, Hugh 
Sloan, Jr. 

TIT. -3, 2, Thomas R. Colvin, married Eliza 
Jones. Issue: i, Livius A. 2, Mary. 3, Wil- 
liam. 4, Thomas. 5, Henry. 6, James. 7, 
Flora. 8, Eliza. 9, Margaret. 



152 Genealogical Record. 

III.-3, 3, Aaron M. Colvin, married . i, 

Ada G. 2, James H. 

III.-3-4, 6, completed. 

III.-3, 5, Pearsall C. Colvin, married Laura H. 
Larkins. Issue: i, James R. Colvin. 2, Vir- 
ginia Colvin. 3, Katie Colvin. 4, Aaron L. 
Colvin. 5, Edward Colvin. 6, William Col- 
vin. 7, Wade Hampton Colvin. 8, Robert Col- 
vin. 9, Lila Colvin. 10, Cleveland Colvin. 

Second's Descendants. 

III.-3-1, I, William J. Colvin, M. D., died in 

C. S. A., Virginia, 1862. 
III.-3-1, 2, Cyril Colvin, married Cottingham. 



1 1 1. -3- 1, 3, Althea Colvin, married 



III.-3-1, 4, Robert Colvin. 



1 1 1. -3- 1, 5, Kate Colvin, married 



III.-3-1, 6, Hanson Colvin, Jr., married 



ni.-3-3, I, Elizabeth Colvin, married William 

Wall, Alabama. 
ni.-3-4, I, Jane T. Sloan, married Andrew 

Pickett, Alabama. 
nT.-3-4, 2, completed. 



Genealogical Record. 153 

III.-3-4, 6, completed. 
III.-3-5, 6, completed. 

III.-3-7, I, HoccART Armstrong, died C. S. A., 
1862, ill Virginia. 

Third Wife. 

1 1 1. -3- 1, I, Alexander C. Sloan, M. D., mar- 
ried ; wi'fe dead ; Corsicana, Texas. 

TTT.-3-1, 2, Laura Sloan. 



I IT. -3- 1, 3, David Sloan. 



ITI.-3-1, 4, Flora Sloan. 



III.-3-1, 5, Hugh Sloan. 



III. -3-2, I, Livius A. CoLViN, married in 

Georgia ; wife dead ; now of U. S. A. 
1 1 1. -3-2. 2, Mary Colvin. 



ITT.-3-2, 3, WiLLTAAT Colvin. 



III.-3-2, 4, Thomas Colvin. 



III.-3-2, 5, Henry Colvin. 



154 Genealogical Record. 

IIT.-3-2, 6, James Colvin. 

Ill -3-2, 7, Flora Colvin. 
III.-3-2, 8, Eliza Colvin. 
1 1 1. -3-2, 9, Margaret Colvin. 
III.-3-3, I, Ada G. Colvin. 



1 1 1. -3-3, 2, James H. Colvin, married Lillian 
Moore, December 22, 1886. She died Septem- 
ber 28, 1887. Issue: I, Lillian Moore Colvin, 
born September 28, 1887. 

IIL-3-5, I, James A. Colvin, married Miss Har- 
per. 

in.-3-5, 3, Kate Colvin, married Jock Blood- 
worth, a descendant of Thomas Bloodworth, of 
the Continental Congress. Issue: i, Kathleen. 
2, Herbert. 

nL-3-5, 4, Anne L. Bloodworth. 



nL-3-5, 5, Ed. Colvin Bloodworth. 



nL-3-5, 6, William C. Bloodworth. 



Genealogical Record. 155 

III -3-5, 7, Wade H. Bloodwortii. 

III.-3-5, 8, Robert C. Bloodwortii. 

III.-3-5, 9, LouLA C. Bloodwortii. 

IIT.-3-5, 10, Cleveland Bloodworth. 



APPENDIX B. 



JEAN COLVIN'S COVENANT WITH GOD. 

Eternal and unchangeable Jehovah ! Thou 
great Creator of heaven and earth, and adorable 
Lord of angels and men, I desire, with the deepest 
humiliation and abasement of soul, to fall down 
at this time in thine awful presence and earnestly 
pray that thou wilt penetrate my very heart with 
a suitable sense of thine unutterable and incon- 
ceivable glories. Trembling may justly take hold 
upon me when I, a sinful w^orm, presume to lift 
up my voice to thee, presume to appear in thy 
majestic presence on such an occasion as this. 
Who am I, O Lord God ? and what is my house ? 
What is my nature or descent, my character and 
desert that I should speak of this, and desire that 
I should be a party in a covenant when thou the 
King (of kings) and Lord of lords art the other. 
I blush and am confounded even to mention it 
before thee, but, O Lord ! great is thy majesty, so 
also is thy mercy. If thou wilt hold converse with 
any of thy creatures, thy superlatively exalted 
nature must infinitely love. And I know that in 
and through Jesus, the Son of thy love, thou con- 
descendest to visit sinful mortals and to allow 
their approach to thee and their covenant inter- 
course with thee. Nay, I know that scheme and 
plan are thine own, and thou hast graciously sent 



Genealogical Record. 157 

to propose thcni to us, as none untaui^ht by thee 
would be able to form them when aetually pro- 
posed. To thee, therefore, do I now come, invited 
by the name of thy Son, and trusting his right- 
eousness and grace lay myself at thy feet, with 
shame and confusion of face, and smiting upon 
my breast, I say, with the publican, God be merci- 
ful to me a sinner ! I acknowledge, O Lord, that 
I have been a great transgressor ; my sins have 
reached up to heaven, and iniquities are lifted up 
to the sky. The propensities of my corrupted 
and degenerate nature have in ten thousand in- 
stances wrought to bring forth fruit unto death, 
and if thou shouldest be strict to mark mine 
iniquities, I must be silent under a load of guilt, 
and immediately sink into destruction. But thou 
hast graciously called me to return unto thee, 
though I have been a wandering sheep, a prodi- 
gal, a backsliding child. Behold, therefore, O 
Lord, I come imto thee. I am convinced not only 
of my sin, but of my folly. I come from my very 
heart, ashamed of myself, and with an acknow- 
ledgment in the sincerity of my soul that I have 
played the fool and have erred exceedingly. I am 
confounded myself at the remembrance of those 
things, but be thou merciful to my unrighteous- 
ness and remember not against me my sins and 
my transgressions. Permit me, O Lord, to bring 
back unto thee those faculties and powers which 
I have imgratefully and sacrilegiously alienated 
from thy service, and receive, I beseech thee, thy 
poor revolted creature, who is now convinced of 
thy right to her, and desires nothing in the world 



158 Genealogical Record. 

so much as to be thine. Blessed God, it is with 
the utmost solemnity that I make this surrender 
of myself to thee. Hear, O heavens ! and give 
ear, O earth ! I avouch this day the Lord to be 
my God, and I avouch and declare myself to be 
one of his covenant people and children. Hear, 
O Lord of heaven, and record in the book of thy 
remembrance that I henceforth am thine, entirely 
thine. I would not merely consecrate unto thee 
some of my powers, or some of my possessions, 
or give thee a certain portion of my services, or 
all I am capable of for a limited time, but I would 
be wholly thine and thine forever. From this day 
do I renounce all the former lords which have had 
dominion over me ; every sin and every lust and 
in thy name proclaim an eternal defiance to all the 
powers of hell, which have most usurped the em- 
pire of my soul, and to all the corruption which 
their fatal temptations introduced into it. The 
whole frame of my nature, all the faculties of my 
mind, and all the members of my body would I 
present before thee this day a living sacrifice, holy 
and acceptable unto God, which I know to be my 
most reasonable service. To thee I consecrate all 
my worldly possessions. 

In thy service I desire to spend the remainder 
of my days on earth, and beg that thou wouldst 
instruct and influence me, so that whether my 
abode here be longer or shorter every year and 
month, every day and hour may be used in such a 
manner as shall most effectually promote thine 
honor and subserve the schemes of thy wise and 
gracious providence; and earnestly pray that 



Gexkaloc^.ical Rkcord. 159 

whatever influence thou givcst nie over others in 
any of the superior relations of hfe in which I 
may stand, or in consequence of any peculiar 
regard which may be paid to me, thou wouldst 
give me strength and courage to exert myself to 
the utmost for thy glory, resolving that not only 
i myself will do it, but all others, as far as I can 
cautiously and properly influence them, shall serve 
the Lord. In thee, O blessed God ! would I stead- 
ily persevere to the end of my life, earnestly pray- 
ing that every future day may supply the deficien- 
cies of the former, and that, by Divine grace, I 
may be enabled to hold on to it. Nor do I only 
consecrate all that I am and have to thy service, 
but I also most humbly resign and submit to thy 
holy and sovereign wall myself and all that I can 
call mine. I leave, O Lord, to thy management 
and possession, all I possess and all I wish, and set 
every enjoyment and every interest before thee 
to be disposed of as thou pleasest. Continue or 
remove what thou hast given me, bestow or refuse 
^vhat T imagine I want, as thou. Lord, shalt see 
good, and, though I dare not say I w^ill never 
repine, yet I hope I may venture to say that I will 
labor not only to submit and acquiesce in thy most 
afflictive dispensations, but to consent, and praise 
thee for it, contentedly resolving that in all thou 
appointest for me my will unto thine, and looking 
on myself as nothing and on thee, O Lord, as the 
great eternal All, whose word ought to determine 
everything, and wdiose government ought to be 
the joy of the whole rational creation. Use me, 
O Lord, as the instrument of thy glory, and honor 



i6o Genealogical Record. 

me as far as either by doing or suffering what 
thou shah appoint, to bring some revenue of praise 
to thee and of benefit to the world where I dweh. 
And may it please thee from this day forward to 
number me among thy peculiar people, that I may 
no more be a stranger and foreigner, but a fellow- 
citizen with the saints (and) of the household of 
God. Receive, O Heavenly Father, thy returning 
prodigal, and wash me in the blood of thy dear 
Son, clothe me in his perfect righteousness, and 
sanctify throughout by the power of thy spirit. 
Destroy, I beseech thee, more and more the power 
of sin in mine heart. Transform me into thine 
own image, and fashion me to the resemblance of 
Jesus, whom henceforth I would acknowledge as 
my only teacher and sacrifice, my Intercessor and 
Lord. Communicate to me, I beseech thee, all 
useful influences of thy purifying, thy cheering 
and comforting spirit, and lift up the light of thy 
countenance upon me, which will put the sub- 
limest joy and gladness into my soul. Dispose 
my affairs, O God, in a manner which shall be 
most subservient to thy glory and my own true 
happiness. And^when I have done and borne thy 
will on earth, call me from hence at what time 
and in what manner thou pleasest. Only grant 
that in my dying moments and in the near pros- 
pects of eternity, I may remember these my en- 
gagements to thee, and may enjoy my latest 
breath in thy service ; and do thou Lord, when 
thou seest the agonies of dissolving nature upon 
me, remember thy covenant too, even though I 
should be incapable of remembering it. Look 



Genealogical Record. i6i 

down, O my Heavenly Father, with a pitying eye 
upon thy languishing-, th}' dying child ; place thine 
everlasting arms underneath for my support, put 
strength and confidence into my departing spirit, 
and receive it to the embrace of thy everlasting 
love. Welcome it to the abode of them that sleep 
in Jesus to await with them that glorious day 
when the last of thy promises to thy covenant 
people shall be fulfilled in their triumphant resur- 
rection, and that abundant embrace which shall 
be administered to them in that everlasting king- 
dom of which thou hast assured them by thy cove- 
nant, and in the hope of which I now lay hold on 
it, desiring to live and to die as (with) my hand 
on that hope, and when I am thus numbered with 
the dead, and all the interests of mortality are over 
with me forever, if this solemn memorial should 
chance to fall into the hands of any of my surviv- 
ing friends, may it be the means of making seri- 
ous impressions on their minds, may they read it, 
not only as my language, but as their own, and 
learn to fear the Lord their God, and with me to 
put their trust under the shadow of his wing for 
time and for eternity, and may they also learn to 
adore with me that grace which inclines our 
hearts to enter into the covenant^ and condescend 
to admit us into it when so inclined, ascribing 
with me and all the redeemed, to the Father, the 
Son and the Holy Ghost, that glory and honor 
and praise which are so justly due to each divine 
person for the part he bears in their illustrious 
work. Amen. 

Jane Colvin, 
September 20, 1761. ^gcd iweuty-one. 



Volume III. 



GENEALOGICAL RECORD 
OF THE DESCENDANTS OF 

MARY McAllister, 

Who came to America 
With her brother Alexander 
In 1740, and married 
Hector McNeill. 



GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 



Mary McAllister married Hector McNeill. 
Issue: I, John McNeill. 2, Jane McNeill. 3, 
IMarg-aret McNeill (called Peggy). 4, Mary 
McNeill (called Polly). Mary and Margaret 
McNeill both died leaving no issue ; so we have 
only two from whom to trace descent — John 
and Jane McNeill, indicated by I. and II. 

I. John McNeill, married Ann (or Nancy) Mc- 
Kethan. Issue: i, Mary McNeill. 2, Hector 
McNeill. 3, Henrietta McNeill. 

Old Family Bible: At the residence of the 
bride's father, April 21, 1812, Mr. P. McKellar 
married Miss Henrietta, daughter of John and 
Ann McNeill. Nancy was probably a pet name 
of the bride's mother. 

II. Jane McNeill, married Duncan Buie. Issue: 
I, Marion Buie. 2, Neill Buie, died, unmar- 
ried. 3, Malcolm Buie. 

I.-i, Mary McNeill, married Hector Stewart. 
She was his first wife. Mary Shaw was his 
second wife. Issue by first wife: i, Robert 
Stewart. 2, John McN. Stewart. 3, Thomas 
D. Stewart. 4, Mary Jane Stewart. 5, Ann 
Eliza Stewart, died aged nine years. Issue by 
second wife: i, Grissella Stewart. 2, Neill S. 



1 66 Genealogical Record. 

Stewart. 3, Annie J. Stewart. 4, Mary M. 
Stewart. 5, Nedgelena Stewart. 

These five children of Hector Stewart and 
Mary Shaw Stewart are not to be counted as 
descendants of Mary McAlhster^ but they are 
inserted here, and their descendants will be 
given in the Appendix, because of the intimate 
relations formerly subsisting between the fam- 
ilies, and our old-time kinship claiming. (See 
Appendix, Hector Stewart.) 

1.-2, Hector McNeill, married . (Left two 

daughters in Florida or in Texas.) 

I.-3, Henrietta McNeill, married Col. P. Mc- 
Kellar. Issue: i, Hector McKellar. 2, Sarah 
Ann McKellar. 3, Peter McKellar, Jr. 4, John 
McKellar. 5, Laughlin McKellar. 6, Anna- 
bella McKellar. 

H.-i^ Marion Buie, married John Armstrong. 
Issue: I, Henry Clay Armstrong. 2, Melinda 
Armstrong. 3, John Thomas Armstrong. 

n.-2, Neill Buie, M. D., died unmarried; record 
closes here. 

n.-3, Malcolm Bute, married . 



I.-i, I, Robert Stewart, married Caroline Bain. 

Issue: I, Lavinia Stewart. 2, Robert Stewart, 

Jr. Both died without issue ; record here 

closes. 
I.-i, 2, John McNeill Stewart, M. D., married 

Martha Cleaveland, of Texas. Issue: i, Maria 

Stewart. 2, Sallie Stewart. 

Dr. Stewart was called "Mac" by his inti- 



Genealogical Record. 167 

mate friends. After his death his widow mar- 
ried a Mr. Westervelt. She with the two Stew- 
art o-irls visited their North CaroHna relatives 
in 1858. Tlicy were lovely girls, and she a 
dear old lady. Their home w^as in Texas. 

I.-i, 3, Thomas D. Stewart, married Rehecca 
Shaw. Issue: i, John McNeill, Jr. 2, Mary. 
3, Lanra. 4, Henrietta. 5, Thomas Robert. 
6, Sallie. 

I.-i, 4, Mary Jane Stew^art, married John L. 
Atkins. Issue: i, Neill Stewart Atkins. 2, 
James A. Atkins. 3, Grissella Atkins. 4, John 
Hector Atkins. 5, Janet Isabella Atkins. 6, 
Benjamin lea Atkins. 7, Robert Atkins. 8, 
Henrietta Atkins. 9, Lewis Atkins. 

1-2, I, no further information. 



1.-2, 2, no further information. 



I.-3, I, Hector McKellar, died unmarried. 

I.-3, 2, Sarah A. McKellar, married W. L. 
Williams. Issue: i, Henrietta. 2, Edmund 
Jones. 3, William L., Jr. 4, John C. 5, Mat- 
tie. 6, Peter. 7, Lewis. 8, Benjamin. 

L-3, 3, Peter McKellar, married Miss Mainor, 
Texas. Issue: i, Walter McKellar. 2, Hettie 
McKellar. 

L-3, 4, Capt. John McKellar, Fifth North 
Carolina Cavalry, C. S. A., lived with his wid- 
owed mother, and died unmarried ; a gallant 
officer, a courtly gentleman. 



i68 Genealogical Record. 

I. -3, 5, Laugh LIN McKellar. 

I.-3, 6 (see Vol. L, pages — ), Annabella Mc- 
Kellar^ married M. McKay. She was his sec- 
ond wife. Issue: 1, Malcohii McNeiU McKay. 
2, Peter McKellar McKay, died in infancy. 3, 
William Thornwell McKay. 

II.-i, 11.-2,, II.-3, nothing further is known than 
has been recorded. 

1.-1-2, I, Maria Stewart, married James N. 
Turner, her first husband. Issue: i, Sallie. 2, 
Lucy. 3, Martha. 

After Mr. Turner's death his widow mar- 
ried Dr. Cochrane, of Galveston, Texas, and 
had eight children. 

L-i-2, 2, Sallie Stewart, unmarried, 1898, Gal- 
veston, Texas. 

L-1-3, I, John McN. Stewart, Jr. 

L-1-3, 2, Mary Stewart. 

L-1-3, 3» Laura Stewart, married John C. Mid- 
dleton. Issue: 1, Blanche Middleton. 2, Efhe 
Middleton. 3, Robert Middleton. 4, Stewart 
Middleton. 5, John Middleton. 6, Henry Mid- 
dleton. 

L-1-3, 4, Henrietta Stew^^vrt. 



L-1-3, 5, Thomas Robert Stewart, married 
Dora Yarboro. Issue: i. Hector Stewart. 2, 



Genealogical Record. 169 

Effie Stewart. 3, Thomas Stewart. 4, Charles 
Stewart. 5, Woodson Stewart. 

I.-T-3, 6, Salliic Stewart, married Robert 
Home. Issue: i, Thomas Home. 2, Robert 
Home, Jr. 3, WilHam Home. 4, Rebecca 
Home. 5, Hugh Home. 6, Kate Home. 7, 
Horace Home. 8, Frederick Home. 9, Nina 
Home. 

I.-1-4. I, Neill S. Atkins, married Georgia 
Gaston ; a good soldier ; he lost an arm in the 
Confederate service. Issue: 1, Mary Gaston 
Atkins. 

I.-1-4, 2, James A. Atkins, M. D., married Ella 
Spears. Issue: i, Tnrner Atkins. 2, Neill S. 
Atkins. 3, Oscar Atkins. 

I.-1-4, 3, Grtssella S. Atkins, married Dr. 
John McCormick. Issue: i, Mary. 2, John. 
3, Anna. 4, James. 5, Louis. 6, Archibald. 
7, Grissella. 

I.-1-4, 4, John H. Atkins, a gallant Confederate 
States cavalryman ; a bachelor in 1898. 

I.-1-4, 5, Janet I. Atkins, married W. F. 
Marsh. Issue: i, Lina Marsh. 2, John Marsh. 
3, Robert Marsh. 4, William Marsh. 5, 
Brooks Marsh. 6, Mary Marsh. 7, Charles 
Marsh. 8, James Marsh. 9, Walter Marsh. 

I.-T-4, 6, Benjamin Ica Atkins. 

I.-1-4, 7, Robert Atkins. 

I.-1-4, 8, Henrietta Atkins, married A. 
Bethea. Issue: i, Mary Bethea. 2, Grissella 
Bcthca. 

I.- 1 -4, 9, Louis Atkin.s, clerk, post-office de- 
partment at Washington, D. C. 



170 Genealogical Record. 

I -3-2, I, Henrietta McK. Williams, married 
Dr. A. McN. McKay, Summerville, N. C. 
Childless. 

I.-3-2, 2, Ed. Jones Williams, M. D. (1114 
Chesapeake street, Baltimore, Md.), married 
Ella Wooten, Baltimore, Md. Issue: i, Jesse. 
2, Bayard. 3, William. 4, August. 5, Sarah. 

I.-3-2, 3 (Vol. IV., V.-1-4, i), William L. Wil- 
liams, Fifth North Carolina Cavalry, C. S. A., 
member North Carolina Legislature ; Presbyte- 
rian elder. Alarried Mary Eliza Elliott. Issue: 
I, Alexander Williams, born 1875; lieutenant 
Second Infantry, U. S. A., 1898. 2, William 
Williams, born 1880. 3, Jane Elliott Williams, 
born 1884. 4, H. McKellar Williams, born 
1886. 5, Henry Elliott Williams, born 1888. 

I -3-2, 4, John C. Williams, married Jeannette 
C. Spidle, Pennsylvania. Childless. Residence, 
1 60 1 Green street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

I-3-2, 5, Mattie K. L. Williams, married 
Charles Purcell. Issue: i, Sarah. 2, Alexan- 
der. 3, Williams. 4, Martha. Residence, 
Purcopolis, N. C. 

I.-3-2, 6 (see Vol. IV., V.-1-9, 2), Peter Wil- 
liams, married Eliza F. Evans, 1884. Issue: 
I, Annie Belle Williams, born 1886. 2, Lila 
Williams, born 1888. 3. Sarah Williams, born 
1890. 4, McKellar Williams, born 1892. 

I -3-2, 7, Louis Williams, unmarried. Resi- 
dence, 1 601 Green street, Harrisburg, Pa. 
I.-3-2, 8, Benjamin Williams, married Jane 
Richardson. Issue: i, Annie Williams. 2, 
Lawrence Williams. 3, Lula Williams. 4, 
James Williams. 



Genealogical Record. 171 

L-3-3, I, Peter McKellar; graiulchiklren not 
given. 

I --3-4. 



I.-3-5, I, Laughlin McKellar's grandchildren 

not given. 
L-3-6, I, Malcolm McN. McKay. 



I.-3-6, 2, dead. 

I.-3-6, 3, W. Tiiornwell McKay. 



I.-1-2-1, I, Sallie Turner. 



I.-1-2-1, 2, Lucy Turner. 



I.-1-2-1, 3, Martha Turner. 



1,-1-3-3, I, Blanche Middleton. 



I.-1-3-3, 2, Effie Middleton. 



I.-1-3-3, 3, Robert Middleton. 



I.-1-3-3, 4, Stewart Middleton. 



172 Genealogical Record. 

I.-1-3-3, 5, John Middleton. 

I.-1-3-3, 6, Henry Middleton. 

I.-1-3-5, I, Hector Stewart. 

I.-1-3-5, 2, Effie Stewart. 

I.-1-3-5, 3, Thomas Stewart. 

I.-1-3-5, 4, Charles Stewart. 

I. -I -3-5, 5, Woodson Stewart. 

I.-1-3-6, I, Thomas Horne. 

L-i-3-6, 2, William Horne. 

I.-1-3-6, 3, R. M. Horne. 

L-i-3-6, 4, Rebecca Horne. 



Genealogical Record. 173 

-1-3-6, 5, Hugh Horne. 

-1-3-6, 6, Kate Horne. 

.-1-3-6, 7, Horace Horne. 

.-1-3-6, 8, Frederick Horne. 



1-3-6, 9, Nina Horne. 



■1-4-1, I, Mary Gaston Atkins. 



.-1-4-2, I, Turner Atkins. 



-1-4-2, 2, Neill S. Atkins, Jr. 



1-4-2, 3, Oscar Atkins. 



.-1-4-3, I' Mary McCormick, married John 
Harmon. Issue: i, Grissella Harmon. 2, 
Elizabeth. 3, Mary. 4, Lena. 

.-1-4-3, 2, John McCormick. 



174 Genealogical Record. 

I.-1-4-3, 3, Anne McCormick. 

I -1-4-3, 4> James McCormick. 

L-i-4-3, 5, Louis McCormick. 

L-i-4-3, 6, Archibald McCormick. 

L-i-4-3, 7, Grissella McCormick. 

L-i-4-5, I, LiNA Marsh. 

I.-1-4-5, 2, John Marsh. 

I. -I -4-5, 3, Robert Marsh. 

I.-1-4-5, 4, William Marsh. 

I.-1-4-5, 5, Brooks Marsh. 

L-i-4-5, 6, Mary Marsh. 



Genealogical Record. 175 

I.-1-4-5, 7, Charles Marsh. 

I.-1-4-5, 8, James Marsh. 

L-i-4-5, 9, Walter Marsh. 



I. -I -4-8, I, Mary Bethea. 



I.- 1-4-8, 2, Grissella Bethea. 



APPENDIX. 



HECTOR STEWART, SECOND MAR- 
RIAGE. 

Hector Stewart married Mary Shaw, his sec- 
ond wife. 
I.- 1, Grissella Stewart, married Robert Forbes 

Murphy. Issue: i, Hector. 2, Thomas. 3, 

Neill. 4, Addison. 5, John. 
I.-2 (see Vol. IV., page 187), Neill vSitaw 

Stewart, married Hannah Ehza Armstrong. 

Issue: T, Mary Shaw. 2, Ellen. 3, Neill Mc- 
Neill. 4, Nedgelena. (See Vol. IV., I.-4-2.) 
I. -3, Annie Jane Stewart, married E. B. Yar- 

brough. Issue: i, Augustus. 2, Edward. 3, 

Barron. 4, William. 
I.-4, Mary Margaret Stewart, married R. D. 

Atkinson. Issue: i, Claudia. 2, Gustavus. 
I.-5, Nedgelena Stewart, married William 

James Clements. Issue: i, Ida. 2, Cora. 3, 

William. 4, James. 5, Grissella. 
I.-i, I, Hector Murphy, married Blanche Nunn. 

Issue: I, Horace. 
I.-i, 2, Thomas Murphy, deceased. 
I. -I, 3, Neill Murphy, never married. 
I.-i, 4, Addison died aged about eight years, and 

is buried at the old Bluff Church, Cumberland 
county, N. C. 



Genealogical Record. 177 

I.-i, 5, John Murphy, married R. C. Garrett. 

Issue: I, Nellie. 2, John S ; 3, Thomas (twins). 

4, Robert. 5, Clifton. 6, Edi^ar. 
[.-2, I, Mary Silwv Stewart, married John A. 

Greene, sheriff Harnett county, N. C. Issue: 

1, Stewart, died October 6, 1891, at Trinity 
College, North Carolina, in his twentieth year. 

2, Hector McL. 3, Mary. 4, Alma. 5, Neill. 
6, Eliza. 

1.-2, 2. Ellen Stewart, married Eabins A. 
Whitaker. Issue: i, Clyde. 2, William. 3, 
George. 4, Neill. 

1.-2, 3. Neill McNeill Stewart, married Flora 
McA. Cameron. Issue: i, Mary Eliza. 2, 
Flora McN. This family all gone but Flora 
McN. After Mac's death his widow mar- 
ried Duncan Fawcett ; he, too, is dead now. 

1.-2, 4, Nedgelena Stewart, married H. V. 
Moulton. Issue unknown. 

I.-3, I, Augustus Yarbrough, married Josie 
Williford. 

I.-3, 2, Edw^\rd Yarcrough. 



L-3, 3, Barron Yarijrough. 



L-3. 4, WrLLiAM Yarp.rough. 



I.-4, I, Claudia Atkinson, married, November 
24, 1880, Archibald Campbell Holmes. (She 
was born in Johnston county, N. C, July 15, 



178 Genealogical Record. 

1855; died October 2, 1898.) Issue: i, Mary 
Stewart. 2, William. 3, Ruffin. 4, Neill. 5, 
Roger. 6, Claudius. 
I.-4, 2, GusTAvus Atkinson. 



I.-5, I, Ida Clements, married Maury. 

Issue: 1, Annie. 2, Lottie Stewart. 3, Thomas. 
4, Frank. 5, Roger Q. Mills. 6, John. 7, 
Mary. Residence, China Spring, Texas. 

I.-5, 2, Cora Clements, married William M. 
Arnold. Issue: i, Willie. 2, James. 3, Mary. 
4, Clara. 5, Elizabeth Stewart. 6, Helen. 

I. -5, 3, William, died unmarried. 

I.-5, 4, James, married Ettie Harris. Issue: 1, 
Nedgelena. 

I.-5, 5, Grissella, married John Martin. Issue: 
Elizabeth. 

L-2-5, I, Willie Arnold, married Charles But- 
ton. 



Volume IV. 



RECORD OF THE 
DESCENDANTS OF 

ISABELLA McAllister. 



GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 



Isabella j\IcAlllstj-:r married Sir Farquhard 
Campbell, Baronet. -She was his first wife. 
Issue: I, Janet Campbell. 2, Nancy Campbell. 

3, Elizabeth Campbell. 4, Polly Campbell. 5, 
Isabella Campbell. 

Sir Farquhard Campbell married, second, 
Elizabeth Whitfield Smith, ^ the widow of Alex- 

• Elizabeth Whitftrld, married, first, Alexander Smith. 
Issue : I, Mary Smith, who married, first, John Tur- 
ner, to whom she bore two daughters, who married 
Whitfields and went to Mississippi. 2. John Smith, 
called Long or Ferry John, who married Isabella 
Campbell, a daughter of his stepfather, F. Campbell, 
Bart., by his first wife, Isabella McAllister, and whose 
record is in Vol. IV. 3, Rachel Smith, who married 
Isaac Williams and bore to him issue : i, Alexander. 
2, John C. 3, Oflfa (Theophilus). 4, James. 

I. -I, Mrs. Mary Smith Turner, married, second, George 
Elliott. Issue: i, Jane. 2, Henry. 3, Alexander. 

4, George. 5, John. 6, Catherine. 

I. -I, I, Jane Elliott, married Mr. Boylan, of Raleigh, 
of whom I have no record. 

I. -2, Henry Elliott, married Isabella Smith, his first 
cousin. (See Vol. IV.) 

I.-3. Alexander Elliott, married Jane Smith Evans, 
his second cousin. (See Vol. IV.) 

I. -4, I do not know, but think George died unmarried. 

I. -5, John Elliott, married Mary Smith, his first cousin. 
(See Vol. IV.) 

I. -6, Catherine, who married, first, Mr. Shepherd, and 
bore Hon. Jesse George Shepherd, Judge of North 
Carolina Circuit Court. She married, second, Joel 
Williams, a Blufi^ elder, and bore an interesting fam- 
ily of daughters and one son, Capt. J. Marshall Wil- 
liams, Fayetteville, N. C. (See Vol. I.) 



1 82 Genealogical Record. 

ander Smith, whose maiden name was Whit- 
field. Robert Campbell, who married Flora 
Rogers (see Vol. II.), was a son of this mar- 
riage, and his remains lie with his father's, in 
a brick tomb, in the cemetery of the old Bluff 
Church, near Wade Post-ofhce, in Cumberland 
county, N. C. 

I. Janet Campbell, married Col. Thomas Arm- 
strong. Issue: I, William Armstrong. 2, John 
Armstrong. 3, Isabella Armstrong. 4, F. 
Campbell Armstrong. 5, Thomas J. Arm- 
strong, died with no issue. 

II. Nancy Campbell, married Hector Buchanan. 

She was his second wife. Miss Crump 

was the first. Issue: i, Alexander Buchanan. 
2, Mary Ann. 

III. Elizabeth Campbell, married Capt. Mal- 
colm McKay, of the British army. No issue. 

IV. Polly Campbell, married Fothering- 

ham, a British officer. No more is known, and 
the record of III. and IV. closes here, and 
leaves only I., II., and V. from whom to trace 
descent. 

V. Isabella Campbell, married John Smith. He 
was called Long or Ferry John. Issue: i, 
Elizabeth Smith, born February 20, 1796; died 
June 30, 1876. 2, Alexander Smith, died 
young. 3, Farquhard C. Smith, born December 
13, 1801 ; died 1870. 4, Isabella Smith. 5, 
Mary Smith. 6, John C. Smith. 7, Jane Smith. 
8, William T. Smith, born May 18, 1810; died 
May 9, 1855. 9, Robert Smith. 10, James 
Smith, M. D. 



GenealoCxICAl Record. 183 

I.-i, William Armstrong, married Mary A. 
King. 

1.-2, John Armstkonc, married jNIarion Ruie. 
Issue: I, Henry Clay Armstrong. 2, Melinda 
Armstrong. 3, John Thomas Armstrong. 

I.-3, Isabella Armstrong, married Joel Wil- 
liams. Issue not known, except Isabella, page 

I.-4, F. Campbell Armstrong, married Hannah 
Buchanan. Issue: i, Janet Armstrong. 2, Han- 
nah Eliza Armstrong. 3, William Armstrong, 
died young. 4, Farquhard Armstrong, died 
young. 5, Mary Armstrong. 6, Isabella Arm- 
strong, died young. 7, John Armstrong, 
C. S. A., died at Winder Hospital, Richmond, 
Yr. Record of 3, 4, 6, 7 closes here. 

II.-T, Alexander Buchanan, married Janet 
Turner. Issue: i, Alexander, Jr., died unmar- 
ried. 2, William James. 

II.-2, Mary A. Buchanan, married Ezekiel 

King. Issue: T, Barbara Ann. 2, Isabella. 3, 

E. Moore. 4, Henry. 5, Nancy Jane. 6, John 

A. 7, Sarah. 8, Charles. 9, Sarah Amanda. 

2, 4, 6, 7 died without issue. 

V.-i, Elizabeth Smith, married Jonathan 
Evans. Issue: i, Isabella Evans, born 1814; 
died 1835. 2, David Evans, born 1816; died 
1820. 3, Mary Evans, born 1818; died 1834. 

4, Jane Smith Evans, born 1820; died 1887. 5, 
Ann E. Evans, born 1823 ; died 1824. 6, John 

5. Evans ; born 1825 ; died 1836. 7, Robert A. 
Evans, born 1826; died 1836. 8, Augustus 
Evans, born 1827. 9, Erasmus H. Evans, born 



184 Genealogical Record. 

1830; died 1879. lO' Emily G. Evans, born 
1833. II, Mary I. Evans, born 1838; died 
1857. 12, Jonathan Evans, born 1838; died 
1892. 13, James S. Evans, born 1841. 

Mr. Evans was an Episcopalian, and the chil- 
dren were baptized alternately in the Presbyte- 
rian and Episcopal Church. 

V.-3, Farouhard Smith, married Sarah Grady, 
July 28, 1 86 1. Issue: i, Susan Smith, born 
December 23, 1825 ; died 1896. 2, John D. 
Smith, born April 5, 1827; died i860. 3, Alex- 
ander R. Smith, born January 22, 1828; died 
1 87 1. 4, Isabella Smith, born January 10, 
1830; died 1851. 5, Mary Smith, born March 
30, 1831. 6, William C. Smith, M. D., born 
November 30, 1832. 7, James Smith, born Jan- 
uary 25, 1834. 8, Eliza Elliott Smith, born 
May I, 1836; died 1875. 9, Walter D. Smith, 
born September 6, 1837. 10, F. Campbell, 
M. D., born May 8, 1839. 1 1. Henry E. Smith, 
born March 23, 1841. 12, twin brothers, died 
unmarried. 13, Edward, born March 17, 1843. 
14, Sarah B. Smith, born March 1845 5 ^^^^^ Oc- 
tober, 1894. 15, Jane Smith, born July 26, 
1846; died August, 1882. 16, Jesse S. Smith, 
born June 7, 1849; ^'^^^ February 9, 1897. 

V.-4, Isabella Smith, married Henry Elliott. 
Childless. She was a lovely old lady. In her 
last illness, near the end, she said to her sister, 
Mrs. Evans, "Come, Sister Betsy, get your 
shawl, and let's go home." It was not long 
till they both went home to the better land. 
Henry Elliott, called 'Squire Elliott, was a 



Genealogical Record. 185 

Presbyterian elder, and I used to hear him read 
out the Hues of the hymn when I was a boy. — 
Author. 

V.-5, Mary Smith, married John ElHott, Pres- 
byterian elder. Issue: i, George Elliott. 2, 
Mary Elliott, died in childhood. 3, Henry El- 
liott, died in childhood. 4, John Elliott, died in 
childhood. 5, Alexander Elliott, lieutenant, 
C. S. A., unmarried ; died of a wound received 
in battle. 6, William Elliott, died a rich old 
bachelor. 7, James Elliott, died a student at 
Davidson College. 8, Isabella Elliott, burned 
to death young. 9, Ann E. Elliott, now lives 
with her nephew, John Elliott, near Fayette- 
ville, N. C. 

V.-6, JoriN C. Smith, elder, married, first, Eliza- 
beth Campbell,^ January 6, 1830; second, Eliza 
Blake, March 3, 1846. Issue by first wife: i, 
James C., born October 22, 1830. 2, Isabella 
W., born September 28, 1832; died 1843. 3» 
Sarah E., born October 11, 1834. 4, John 
Alexander, born September 30, 1836; died May 
30, 1855, at University of North Carolina. 5, 
Farquhar Rice, born September 23, 1838; good 

'The wives of John C. and W. T. Smith were sisters, 
and were near akin to their husbands through the 
Campbells. The homes of the three brothers — Far- 
quhar, John C, and William T. Smith — made the 
Smithville of my youthful days, and no more generous 
hospitality, or truer patriotism, or higher toned piety 
could be found than among these excellent Smiths. 
Their homes were on the Fayetteville and Raleigh road, 
along Cape Fear River, on the east side. 



1 86 Genealogical Record. 

soldier, Third North Carolina Cavalry, C. S. A., 
now in Texas. 6, Mary Catharine, born De- 
cember 1 8, 1840. 7, William Robert, born No- 
vember 12, 1842; died August 19, 1864, at Sea- 
brook Hospital, Richmond, Va. 8, Jane, born 
November 2, 1844. Issue by second wife: 9, 
Thomas Walter, Methodist Episcopal minister, 
located ; lives in Concord, N. C. 10, Claudius 
Bernard. 11, Caroline Clifton, died a few 
years after her marriage. 12, Eliza Blake. 13, 
William Flavins. 

John C. Smith was one of a noble bench of 
elders in the old Bluff Church, of Fayetteville 
Presbytery, and was remarkable for the fervor 
and excellence of his prayers ; a good man, 
full of the Holy Ghost and of faith. 

V.-7, Jane Smith/ married Lalistead D. Mal- 
let.^ Was his first wife; second. Miss Frances 
London. Issue by first wife: i, William Smith, 
born July 7, 1827, lives in Texas, visited North 
Carolina in 1898. 2, Ellen Sophia, born July 
5, 1829; died September 20, 1899. 

V.-8, William T. Smith, married Mary Camp- 
bell, daughter of James Campbell, December 31, 
1833. Issue: I, Julia Jane, born September 20, 
1835 ; died November 2, 1893. 2, Robert A., 
born May 21, 1837; died July 30, 1837. 3, M. 
Louisa, born June 16, 1838. 4, Walter Jones, 

' Jane Smith was born December 12, 1S07; married, 
July 19, 1826, to L. D. Mallett; died October 21, 1833. 

'Lalistead Dunlap Mallett was born Sept. 7, 1800; 
married July 19, 1S26, to Jane Smith; died November 
II, 1858. 



Genealogical Record. 187 

born May 13, 1840. 5, Jolm \\\, l)orn March 
2, 1842; died October i, 1855. 6. James L., 
born January 20, 1845. 7' Sarah C, born July 
13, 1847; <Ji^<^l Septeml)er 24, 1897. 8, Carohne 
E., born Fel)ruary 8, 1850. 9, Ahce, born June 
2^, 185 1 ; died November 2, 1856, a lovely child. 

V.-io, James Smith, M. D., married Delia 
Matthews, of Fayetteville, N. C. Issue: i, 
James Smith, Jr., captain of steamboat, Cape 
Fear River, Wilmington, N. C. 

1.-2, I, Henry Clay Armstrong. 



1.-2, 2, Melinda Armstrong, died September 20, 

1893. Record closes here. 
L-2, 3, John Thomas Armstrong. 



I.-3, I, Isabella Williams, married Louis 
Jones. Issue not known. 

I.-4, I, Janet Armstrong, married John Holmes. 
Issue: 1, Mary Hannah. 2, Jane. 3, William 
Georg-e. 4, Archibald C. 5, Buchanan, died a 
babe. 

I.-4, 2, Hannah E. Armstrong, married Neill 
S. Stewart, Presbyterian elder. Issue: i, Mary 
Shaw Stewart. 2, Ellen Stewart. 3, Neill Mc- 
Neill Stewart. 4, Nedgelena Stewart. 

I.-4, 5, Mary Armstrong, married Duncan Buie. 
Childless. Record closes here. 

II.-i, I, Alexander Buchanan, died unmar- 
ried. 



1 88 Genealogical Record. 

II.-i, 2, William J. Buchanan, married Mary 
A. Murphy. 

This family settled in Texas, and reared five 
sons, one of these sons married and left a son, 
who married and left a child. All are now 
dead, 1898. Hugh McLean. II., III. and IV. 
are now finished except 1 1. -2. 

II.-2, I, Barbara A. King, married William 
Moore. 

II.-2, 3, E. Moore King, married Sarah E. Mc- 
Neill. 

11.-2^ 5, Nancy J. King, married Bryant Brand. 

II.-2, 9, Sarah A. King, married Rev. Richard 
Dunkley, of Methodist Episcopal Church. 

V.-i, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, II, all died young, several as 
little children. 

V.-i, 4, Jane S. Evans married Col. Alexander 
Elliott, 1846. Issue: 1, Mary E., born 1848. 
2, John E., born 1850. 3, George D., born 
1852. 4, Henry, born 1854. 5, Jennie E., born 
1856. 6, Emily, born 1858. 7, Kate, born i860. 

V.-I, 8, Augustus Evans, married Lizzie Con- 
ger, Texas. Issue: i, Lizzie Conger. 2 and 3, 
two boys who died young. 

V.-I, 9, Erasmus H. Evans, married Susan Mur- 
phy, 1848. Issue: I, Mary I. Evans, born 1854. 
2, Eliza F. Evans, born 1856. 3, Murphy 
Evans, born 1857; died 1859. 4' Erasmus H. 
Evans, Jr., born 1859. 5> Sue Murphy Evans, 
born 1861. 6, Louise B. Evans, born 1863. 7, 
Anne K. Evans, born 1867. 8, Robert B. 
Evans, born 1869. 9, Laura A. Evans, born 
1871. 10, Douglas Evans, born 1873. ii> 



Genealogical Record. 189 

Jean E. Evans, born 1875. 12, L. Murphy 
Evans, 1)orn 1877. 
V.-i, 10, Eajily Evans, married Capt. James P. 
Robertson, Virginia. Issue: i, Frances L. Rob- 
ertson, born 1854. 2, Jonathan Robertson, 
born 1856. 3, Maybelle Robertson, born 1858. 

4, R. Park Robertson, born i860. 5, Ehza 
Evans Robertson, born 1862. 6, Maria Louise 
Robertson, born 1864. 7, Algernon Sidney 
Robertson^ born 1866. 8, Joseph F. Robertson, 
horn 1868. 9, Jennie ElHott Robertson, born 

1877. 

V.-i, 12, Major Jonathan Evans, married, 
first, Douglas Wright, Fayetteville, N. C. ; sec- 
ond, Amanda McCurdy, of Virginia. He was 
major Twenty-fourth North Carolina Regi- 
ment, C. S. A. Issue by first wife: i, Jona- 
than Evans, Jr. 2, Bettie W. Evans. 3, Mary 
Evans. 4, Leslie Ballard Evans. No issue by 
second wife. 

V.-I, 13, Capt. James S. Evans, Twenty-fourth 
North Carolina Regiment, C. S. A., married 
Lucy Pearsall, 1866; now living in Texas. 
Issue: I, Robert B. Evans, born 1867. 2, Eliza- 
beth S. Evans, born 1869; died. 3, Augustus 
Evans, born 1870. 4, Ellen P. Evans, born 
1872. 5, Emma F. Evans, born 1874. 6, James 

5. Evans, born 1876. 7, Lucy P. Evans, born 
1878. 8, Isabell C. Evans, born 1880. 9, Pear- 
sall Evans, born 1882; died. 10, Victoria W. 
Evans, born 1885, ^^ 1895. 

V.-3, I, Sue Smith, married Rev. Leon Siler, of 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. There 



190 Genealogical Record. 

was no issue, but two of her stepsons are Pres- 
byterian ministers. 

V.-3, 2, John D. Smith, died unmarried, in 
Texas, July 27, i860. 

V.-3, 3, Alexander R. Smith, A. B. of Univer- 
sity of North Carolina, married Margaret B. 
Smith. He di«.d in Texas, 1891, and the 
family, except Frank, went to California. 
Issue: I, Alexander B. Smith, died young in 
Texas. 2, Frank Smith married, and lives at 
Waco, Texas. 3, William C. Smith. 4, Far- 
quhar H. Smith. 5, Josephine Smith ; this 
family moved to California. 6, Leslie Smith. 
3, 4, 5, 6, all married, and live in California. 

V.-3, 5, Mary Smith, married George Elliott, 
January 11, 1854. Issue: i, Mary, died young 
and unmarried. 2, John, lives with his aunt, 
Miss Ann Eliza Elliott, four miles from Fay- 
etteville, N. C, on west side of Cape Fear 
River, and they own and cultivate fine lands on 
the east side. 

George Elliott and his wife died young. He 
was a man of colossal stature. 

V.-3, 6, William Curtis Smith, M. D., married 
Laura Belt, of Alabama. Issue: 1, William. 
2, Wright. 3, Maud. 

Dr. Smith practiced medicine for many years 
in California, and died there January, 1894. 
He w^as the only one of the connection edu- 
cated at Wake Forest College, in North Caro- 
lina. His brothers, A. R. and F. C. Smith were 
graduates of the University of North Carolina: 

V.-3, 7, James Smith, married Emma McWhor- 



Genealogical Record. 191 

ter, of South Carolina, and now live in Texas. 
Issue: I, James. 2, Edward. 3, May. 4, Lula. 
5, Bertram. All married, except May, and live 
in Texas. 

V.-3, 8, Elizabeth E. Smith, married Dr. R. R. 
Robeson, 1865. Issue: i, Bessie, a sweet girl, 
who died, unmarried, August, 1895. 

V.-3, 9, Walter D. Smith, married Bettie Pear- 
sail, June 23, 1868. Childless. Dunn, N. C. 
W. D. Smith died in 1899. 

V.-3, 10, F. C. Smith, M. D., married Bettie 
Saunders, June 24, 1868. Issue: i, Ross ^^a 
girl). 2, Edwan. 3, Laura. 4, Douglas. 5, 
Farquhard. 6, Jane. 

V.-3, II, Henry E. Smith, married, first, Louisa 
Cross, of Thibodeaux, La. ; second, Maggie 
Shepherd. Issue by first wdfe: i, Sidney. 2, 
Eugene. Issue by second wife : 3, Clara Smith. 

V.-3, 12, died in infancy. 

V.-3, 13, Edward Smith, lieutenant C. S. A., 
married Clara Pearsall, June 4, 1884. She died 
in less than a year. 

V.-3, 14, Sarah Smith, married John W. Pur- 
die, of Bladen county, N. C, and lived there as 
his second wife. She died while yet young. 
Issue: I, Thomas. 2, Wesley. 3, Sallie. 4, 
Edward. 5, died in infancy. 6, died in in- 
fancy. 

V.-3, 15, Jane Smith, married Dr. R. R. Robe- 
son, his second wife, 'ssue: i, Louise. 2 and 
3 died in infancy. 

Jane Smith was one of the best types of physi- 
cal and intellectual womanhood of her genera- 



192 Genealogical Record. 

tion ; a grand woman, who early went to 
heaven, aged only thirty-six years. 

V.-3, 16, Jesse S. Smith, married Ida Hodges, 
December, 1872. Issue: i, Jessie. 2, Clarence. 
3, Edward. 4, Flora. 5, Sallie. 6, Sue. 

V.-4 and V.-5, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, see above, on 
page — . 

V.-5, I, George Elliott, married Mary Smith, 
his first cousin. Issue: i, Mary, died young. 2, 
John, a clever bachelor, living near Fayetteville, 
N. C. 

V.-6, I, Jx\MES C. Smith, married Mary Ann 
Costin. Issue: i, Florence Lillian Smith. 2, 
Miles Smith. 3, William Campbell Smith. 4, 
James Dickson Smith. 5, Kate Codington 
Smith. 6, Mary Thomas Smith. 7, Naomi 
Wood Smith. 8, Charles Robinson Smith. 9, 
Robert Jackson Smith. 

Mrs. Smith was a daughter of Mr. Miles 
Costin, of Wilmington, N. C. Another daugh- 
ter married Col. W. J. Martin, of Davidson Col- 
lege, the eminent professor and vice-president. 
Still another married Rev. Dr. W. A. Wood, 
of Statesville ; they were all excellent ladies. 
Mrs. Martin still lives at Davidson, and her 
son, W. J. Martin, Jr., Ph. D., has his father's 
place as professor of Chemistry in the college. 

V.-6, 2, Isabella W. Smith, married Edward 
Sanders, December 22, 1852. Issue: i, Louisa 
E. Sanders. 2, William H. Sanders. 3, Julia 
B. Sanders. 4, John B. Sanders. 5, Julia M. 
Sanders. 6, Edward H. Sanders. 7, Robert C. 
Sanders. 8, Willis H. Sanders. 



Genealogical "Record. 193 

\'.-6, 3, Sarah E. Smith, niarricHl 1). T. Dur- 
ham. January 24, 1877. Issue unknown. 

\'.-6, 5, F. RrcE Smith, married Sallie Scales, 
Texas. Issue: i. Robert C. Smith. 2, Mattie 
S. Smith. 3, Elizabeth Smith. 4, Ruth Smith. 
5, Wade Hampton Smith. 6, Annie Laurie 
Smith. 7, Tracey Ivey Smith. 

A\-6, 6, ]\[arv C. Smith. 

A'.-6, 9, Re\\ Thomas W. Smith, married, No- 
veml^er 23, 1876, Mary C. Hul)bard. Issue: i. 
Eliza I)lake. 2, Langdon H. 3. Thomas W. 
4, William M. 5, Henry L. 6. Sudie M. 

\a-6, 10, Claudius B. Smith, married Fannie 
Mcjunkin. Issue: i, John Kelly Smith. 2, 
Caroline Smith. 3, ]\lary S. Smith. 4, Fannie 

B. Smith. '^, William C. Smith. 6, Claudius 

C. Smith. 7, Charles C. Smith. 

V.-6, II, Caroline C. Smith, married Dr. W. L. 
Moor. Issue: 1, Fred Smith. 2. Kate Byrd. 

V.-6, 12, Eliza B. Smith, married Dr. W. L. 
Moor, after her sister's death. Issue: i, Louis 
G. 2, Frank. 3, Mary A. 

V.-6, 13, William Flavrts Smith, married 
Jessie Lee Gray. Issue: i, Richard C. 2, Wil- 
liam Flavins, Jr. 

y.-y, T. William Smith Mallett, married 
Frances Harriet Hardin, October 14, 1855. set- 
tled in 'l>xas. Issue, eioht children: i, Maria 
Louisa, born May 26, 1857. 2, Rufus Smith, 
l)orn November 11, 1856; died. 3, Thomas 
Flardin. 4, I'llen Sophia, died. 5, William 
Francis, died. 6, John Watkins, died. 7, Mary 
Florence. 8, name unknown. 



194 Genealogical Record. 

V.-7, 2, Ellen Sophia Mallett, never married. 
She died September 20, 1899, in Fayetteville, 
N. C. There was only one child born to L. D. 
Mallett and his second wife, Miss Fanny M. 
London. Her name is Lizzie E. Mallett, and 
she lives a single life in Fayetteville. I am 
indebted to her for valuable information. — Mc- 
Allister. 

V.-8, I, Julia Jane Smith, married, July 21, 
1861, Isaac H. Williams. He died suddenly in 
the night a young man. There was no issue. 
She was greatly beloved all her life. She died 
in 1894. 

V.-8, 3, Mary Louisa Smith, married, April 9, 
j868, Dr. Junius S. Williams. Issue: i, James 
Hunter, died in infancv. 2, Junius Snead, born 

1877. 

V.-8, 4, Walter Jones Smith, A. B. University 
of North Carolina ; First Regiment North Caro- 
lina Troops, and Third Regiment North Caro- 
lina Cavalry, C. S. A. ; elder Bluff Church. A 
fine man. 

V.-8, 6, James L. Smith, married Winnifred T. 
Williams, February 28, 1877. Issue: i, Wil- 
liam T., born December 5, 1878. 2, Isaac Wil- 
liams, born October ]6, 1880. 3, James L., Jr., 
born January 17, 1883. 

James L. Smith, above, was, as most men 
of his generation were, a soldier in C. S. A. 
He was a gallant cavalryman, of the Third 
North Carolina Regiment (I think). Fie was 
noted as a youth for his patient, cheerful dis- 
position. 



Geneat.ogtcat. Rf.corix 195 

\'-8, 7, Sarah C. SAirm, married, I'V'ljruary 12, 
1885, Dr. R. R. Robeson, his third wife. No 
issue. She died September 24, 1897, after a 
few years of widowhood. 

\'\-8, 8, Caroline E. Smith, married, October 
25, 1877, T. A. McNeill, Esq., Liimberton, 
N. C, now, 1898, a judi^e of Circuit Court of 
North Carolina. Issue: i, Mary G. McNeill. 
2, Thomas A. McNeill, Jr. 3, Alice C. McNeill. 

V.-8, 9, Alice Smith, a lovely child, born June 

2"/, 185 1 ; died November 2, 1856. 
\a-io, I, Cai>t. James Smith, married Rachel 

W. Roberts. Issue: i, James De Lagnal Smith. 

2, Delia Smith. 3, Nannie Smith. 4, Henry K. 
Smith. 5, Thomas W. Smith. 6, Robert Lee 
Smith. 7, Wade Hampton Smith. 8, Ellen 
Douglas Smith. 

I.-4-1, I, Mary H. Holmes, married Grey Bul- 
lock. Issue: I, Mollie. 2, Josie. 3, John. 4, 
Thomas. 5, Wood. 6, Emily. 

T.-4-1, 2, Jane Holmes, married John McLeran. 
Issue: I. Janet McLeran. 2, William McLeran. 

3, Charles McLeran. 4, Addie McLeran. 5, 
Mary E. McLeran. 6, Lee McLeran. 7, James 
McLeran. 

L-4-1, 3, William George Holmes, married 
Rebecca Evans. Issue: i, Henrietta Holmes. 
2, John Holmes. 3, Joseph Holmes. 4, Janet 
Holmes. 5, Ellen Holmes. 6, Rcl3ecca Holmes. 

L-4-1, 4, A. Camfi'.ell Holmes, married, No- 
vember 24, 1880, Claudia Atkinson. (She was 
born 1855; died 1898.) Issue: 1, Mary S. 



196 Genealogical Record. 

Holmes. 2, William Holmes. 3. Ruffin 
Holmes. 4, Neill Holmes. 5, Roger Holmes. 
6, Claudius Holmes. 

I.-4-2, I, Mary S. Stewart, married John A. 
Greene. Issue: i, Stewart Greene, died Octo- 
ber 6, T891, aged twenty years, a student at 
Trinity College North Carolina. 2, Hector 
McLean Greene. 3, Mary Greene. 4, x\lena 
Greene. 5, Neill Greene. 6, Eliza Greene. 

I.-4-2, 2, Ellen Stewart, married Fabius A. 
Whitaker. Issue: r. Clyde Whitaker. 2, Wil- 
liam Whitaker. 3, George Whitaker. 4, Neill 
Whitaker. 

T.-4-2, 3, Neill McN. Stewart, married Flora 
McA. Cameron. Issue: i, Mary Eliza Stewart, 
died in infancy. 2, Flora McNeill, sole sur- 
vivor. 

1.-4-2, 4, Nedgelena Stewart, married H. V. 
Moulton ; went to Texas, and came back to 
North Carolina within a year or two. 

V.-1-4, I (see Vol. HI., W.'L. Williams), Mary 
E. Elliott, married William L. Williams, Fifth 
North Carolina Cavalry, C. S. A. ; North Caro- 
lina Legislature ; elder Sardis Church, Fayette- 
ville Presbytery. Issue: i, Alexander E., born 
1875 ; married Janie McBryde, December 25, 
1899; lieutenant Second Infantry, U. S. A., in 
Spanish-American war, 1898. 2, William, born 
1880. 3, Jane Elliott, born 1884. 4. Henrietta 
McK., born 1886. 5, Henry Elliott, born 1888. 

\''.-i-4, 2, Jonathan E. Elliott, married Alice 
Hall, 1883. Issue: i. Alice Lee, born 1884. 2, 
Jean, born 1888. 3, Jonathan, born 1890. 4, 



Genealogical Record. 197 

Aven, born 1892. 5, William, born 1894. 6, 
George D., Jr., 1896. 

V.-1-4, 3 (see Vol. I., Cornelia McNeill), 
George D. Elliott, married Cornelia McNeill, 
1880. Issue: I, Nellie, born 1884. 2, Alexan- 
der, born 1886. 3, Mary, born 1888. 4, George, 
born 1890. 5, Eunice, born 1892. 6, Henry, 
born 1894. 7, Emily P., born 1896. 

A'. -1-4, 4, Henry Elliott, unmarried, 1898. 

\\-i-4, 5, Jennie E. Elliott, married bVanklin 
McNeill. Childless. Residence, Wilmington, 
N. C. 

\\-1-4, 6, Emily Elliott, married Fairley Pat- 
terson, Fairley, Scotland county, N. C. Issue: 
I, Jane, born 1882. 2, Mary F., born 1886. 3, 
Kate, born 1888. 4, Eliza, born 1890. 5, Em- 
ily, born 1892. 6, Annie E., born 1898; died in 
1 899. 

V.-1-4, 7, Kate Elliott, unmarried, 1898. 

V.-1-8, I, Lizzie Conger Evans, married John 
Clardy, of Kentucky, 1890. No issue. 

\\-i-9, i,Mary J.Evans, married William Mar- 
tin, 1893. No issue. 

\'.-i-9, 2 (see Vol. HI., P. Williams), Eliza 
F. Evans, married Peter Williams, 1884. Issue: 
I, Annie llelle, born 1886. 2, Lila, born 1888. 
3, Sarah, born 1890. 4, McKellar, born 1892. 

\ .-1-9, 4, Erasmus Hernv Evans. 



A^-i-9, 5, Si:sAN M. Evans, married Dr. I. M. 
Taylor, 1886. Issue: i, Alexander, born 1888. 
2, Susanna, born 1890. 3, Sarah, born 1894. 



198 Genealogical Record. 

4, Erasmus, born 1896. 5, Bettie M., born 
1896. 

V-1-9, 6, Louise B. Evans, married William 
Crosland, 1890. Issue: 1, Erasmus Crosland. 
2, William Crosland, Jr. 3, Patrick M. Cros- 
land. 

V.-1-9, 7, Annie K. Evans. 



V.-1-9, 8, Robert B. Evans. 



V.-1-9, 9, Laura A. Evans, married N. A. Cur- 
rie, 1897.  

V.-1-9, 10, Douglas Evans, married Henry Ran- 
kin. Issue: I, S. C. Rankin, Jr. 

V.-1-9, II, Jane E. Evans. 



V.-1-9, 12, Livingston M. Evans. 



V.-i-io, I, Frances L. Robertson, married 

Thomas L. Gibson, 1885. Issue: i, William H. 

Gibson, born 1886. 2, Elizabeth M. Gibson, 

born 1888. 
V.-i-io, 4, R. Park Robertson, married Kate 

Jones, 1892. Issue: i, Emily Evans Robertson. 
V.-i-io, 6, Maria Louise Robertson, married 

Rev. H. B. Price, 1892, missionary to Japan. 
V.-i-io, 8, Joseph F. Robertson, 



Genealogical Record. 199 

V.-i-io, 9, Jennie E. Roiu-.rtson. 



V.-1-12, I, Jonathan Evans, Jr.. married Delia 
McDaniel, 1884. Issue: i, Willie McD., born 
[886. 2, Jennie D., born 1888. 3, Moll Mc., 
])()rn 1890. 4. Rebecca, born 1892. 

\.-i-i2, 2, Bettie W. Evans. 



V.-1-12, 3, Mary Ev^ans. 



V.-I-I2, 4, Leslie B. Evans. 



\\-i-i3, I, RoiuoRT B. En'Ans, married Ora Clark 

in 1892. 
V.-1-13, 2, Elizabeth S. En'Ans. 



A\-i-i3, 3, Augustus Evans. 



V.-1-13, 4, Ellen P. Evans. 



V.-1-13, 5, Em:\l\ F. Evans. 



V.-1-13, 6, Jaad'-.s S. Evans, 



200 Genealogical Record. 

A'.-i-i3, 7, Lucy P. Evans. 

V.-1-13, 8, Isabella C. Evans. 

V.-1-13, 9, Pearsall Evans. 

A".-i-i3, 10, VicTORLV Evans. 



V.-3-3, 2, Frank Smith, married ; lives in 

Texas. 
V.-3-3, 3, William C. Smith, married ; 

lives in California. 
V.-3-3, 4, F. Herbert Smith, married ; 

lives in California. 
y.-^S, 5, Josephine Smith, married; lives in 

California. 
A .-3-3, 6, Leslie Smith, married ; lives in Cali- 
fornia. 
\\-3-6, I, Willie Smith (girl), married Dr. 

Kirkpatrick, of Los Angeles, Cal., where they 

now live. 
V.-3-6, 2, Wright Smith, married Miss Bell, 

California. 



V.-3-6, 3, Maud Smith. 



V.-3-7, I, James Smith, Jr. ; Texas. 



Genealogical Record. 201 

V.-3-7, 2, Edward SMrni ; Texas. 

V.-3-7, 3, May Smith ; Texas. 

V.-3-7, 4, LuLA Smith ; Texas.' 

V -3-7, 5, Bertram Smith ; Texas. 

V.-3-10, 1, Ross Smitii (girl). 

V.-3-10, 2, Edwin Smith. 

V.-3-10, 3, Laura Smith. 



V.-3-10, 4, Douglas Smith, Jr. 



V.-3-10, 5, Farouhard SMirii, Jr. 



V.-3-10, 6, Jane Smith. 



V.-3-11, I, Sidney Smith, 



202 Genealogical Record. 

V.-3-11, 2, Eugene Smith. 

V.-3-11, 3, Clara Smith. 



V.-3-14, I, Thomas Purdie, married Caroline 

McKethan. 
V.-3-14, 2, Wesley Purdie, Jr. 



V.-3-14, 3, Sallie Purdie. 



V.-3-14, 4, Edward Purdie. 



V.-3-15, I, Louise Robeson. 



V.-3-16, I, Jesse Smith, 



V.-3-16, 2, Clarence Smith. 



V.-3-16, 3, Edward Smith. 



V.-3-16, 4, Flora Smith. 



V.-3-16, 5, Sallie Smith, 



Geneai.ogical Ri'Xord. 203 

V.-3-16, 6, Sue Smith. 

V.-5-1, 2, John Elliott. 



V.-6-T, I, Florence L. Smith, iiiarricl Dr. 
Tracey Ivey. One daughter, name not kiiuwu. 
V.-6-1, 2, Miles C. Smith, dead. 



\".-6-i, 3, \Vjlljam C. Smith, married Addie 
Herring. Issue: i, Hattie L. 2, Thelma. 3, 
Annie. 

V.-6-1, 4, James D. Smith. 



\'.-6-i, 5. Kate C. Smith, married Frank 
Glover, Fayetteville, N. C. No issue known. 

A\-6-i, 6, Mary T. Smith, married A. B. Sand- 
lin, Charlotte, N. C. No issue. 

A'.-6-i, 7, Naomi W. Smith. 



V.-6-1, 8, Charles R. Smith, died without 

issue. 
V.-6-1, 9, RoEERT J. Smith. 

V.-6-2, I, Louise E. vSanders. 

Y-6-2, 2, William H. Sanders. 



204 Genealogical Record. 

y-6-2, 3, JuLL\ B. Sanders. 

V.-6-2, 4, J. B. Smith Sandeks. 

y-6-2, 5, Julia M. Sanders. 

V.-6-2, 6, Ed. Ashley Sanders. 



V.-6-2, 7, Robert C. Sande 



DERS. 



V.-6-2, 8, Willis H. Sanders. 



V.-6-5, I, Robert C. Smith, Jr. 



V.-6-5, 2, ]\Iattie S. Smith. 



V.-6-5, 3, Elizabeth Smith. 



V.-6-5, 4, Ruth Smit 



IT. 



V.-6-5, 5, Wade Hampton Smith. 



Genealogical Record. 205 

A\-6-5, 6, Annie LArRiE Smittl 

V.-6-^. 7. Tracey Ivey Smith. 

V.-6-9. I, Eliza B. Smith. 

V.-6-9, 2, Langdon H. Saiitii. 



V._6_c), 3, TiTo^rAS W. Smith. 



\' _6_c), 4, William M. Smith. 



V.-6-9, 5. Henry L. Smith. 



V.-6-9, 6, Sudie M. Smith. 



^^._6_io, I. [oiix K. Smith. 



V._6_io, 2, Caroline R. Smith. 



V.-6-10, 3, Mary S. Smith. 



2o6 Genealogical Record. 

V.-6-I0, 4, Fannie B. Smith. 

V.-6-I0, 5, WiLLiAAi C. Smith. 

V.-6-IO, 6, Claudius C. Smith. 

V.-6-IO, /, Charles C. Smith. 

V.-6-IT, T, Fred. S. Moor. 

V.-6-II, 2, Kate B. Moor. 

V.-6-I2, I, Louis G. Moor. 

V.-6-I2, 2, Frank Moor. 

V.-6-I2, 3, Mary A. Moor. 

V.-6-T3, I, R. Campbell Smith. 

V.-6-13, 2, William F. Smith, Jr. 



GeNEALOGICAI. Rl'XORD. 20^ 

\\-7-T, T, ]\Iaria Louisa AIallett, married 
Charles Stimpcoml). Issue: i, Nellie. 2, Hat- 
tie. 3, Samuel. 4, Roger. 5, Sophia. 6, 
Charles, Jr. 

\^.-7-i, 2, RuFLTs Smith Mallett, died without 
issue, November 20, 1858, in Texas. 

\\-7-T, 3, Thomas Hardtn Malt.ett, married 

Anna , a German. Issue: i, Hattie, and 

three or four more, whose names are not given. 

y.-y-j, 4, Ellen Sopiilv Malli-.tt. Jr., died, 
without issue, in Texas. 

y.-'/-\, 5, WiLLLVM Francis Mallett, died, 
without issue, in Texas. 

y.-y-U 6, Joiix Watkins Mallett, died, with- 
out issue, in Texas. 

Y.-/~], 7, Mary Florence Mallett, married 
John Ik'll. Issue: i, John Mark. 2, Brevard. 
3, Eunice. 4, Hattie. 5, Cecil. 6, infant. 

V.-7-1-T, I, Nellii-: Stimpcomb, married 

1\n"ner. Issue not known. 

A\-8-3, 2, Junius S. Williams. 



y.-8-6, I, William T. Smith. 



V.-8-6, 2, I. Williams Smith. 



V.-8-6, 3, J. Lawrence Smith, Jr. 



V.-8-8, I, Mary G. McNeill. 



2o8 Genealogical Record. 

V.-8-8, 2, Thomas A. McNeill. 

V.-8-8, 3, Alice C. McNeill. 

V.-io-i, I, James DeL. Smith. 



V.-io-i, 2, Della Smith, married Capt. A. H. 

Williams. 
V.-IO-I, 3, Nannie B. Smith, married Bud 

Campbell, C. F. & Y. V. R. R. 
V.-io-i, 4, Henry K. Smith. 



V.-io-i, 5, Thomas W. Smith. 



V.-io-i, 6, Robert L. Smith. 



V.-IO-I, 7, Wade Hampton Smith. 



V.-io-T, 8, Ellen Douglas Smith. 



V.-1-4-1, I, Lieut. /\lexander E. Williams, 
Second Infantry, U. S. A., married Miss Janie 
McBryde, December 28, 1899. Miss Janie is 
the daughter of Rev. D. D. McBryde, our be- 
loved sainted old pastor at Bluff and Sardis 



Genealogical Record. 209 

Churches for thirty-five years, and 1 am very 
glad to get his name and hers in the record, and 
to see my vahant young kinsman so worthily 
wedded, as well as my old pastor's daughter in 
such good hands. Young Williams served gal- 
lantl\- in Cu])ii in the American-Spanish war, 
thus repeating the record made by his father 
and a host of kindred in the war between the 
States. 1861-1865. The young people were 
married at Davidson, where good Mrs. Mc- 
Bryde makes her home in term-time for the 
education of her sons. 



APPENDIX. 



SMITH. 

Maternal Side of Smith Family. 

I. William Bryan, of England, married, 1689, 
Alice, daughter of Lord Needham. Issue: 
Needham Bryan, who married, Noveml)er 16, 
171 1, Annie Rambeau, a French woman. Issue: 
Rachel Bryan, born in Bertie county, N. C, in 
1723, and married, November 6, 1741, William 

Whitfield. Issue: i, . 2, Elizabeth, born 

March 6, 1747, and married, first, Alexander 
Smith, Sr. ; second, Farquhard Campbell, Bart., 
and from this second marriage sprang Mary 
and Elizabeth Campbell, wives respectively of 
William T. and John C. Smith, besides others. 
These two ladies were daughters of James 
Campbell, a brother of Robert, son of Farcpi- 
hard. 

Paternal Side of Smith Family. 

1. John Smith, of England. 

2. Alexander Smith, Isle of Wight county, Va., 
who married Elizabeth Whitfield, who at his 
death married Farquhard Campbell, Bart, (see 
above), and was his second wife. 

3. John Smith (Long or Ferry John), of the 
Cape Fear, who married Isabella Campbell, 
and had ten children. 



Genealogical Record. 211 

THE WHITFIELD LINE. 

Wtlll\m Bryan, of England, married, in 1689, 
a daughter of Lord Needham, Alice by name. 
Issue: I, Needham Bryan. 

Needham Bryan married, November, 171 1, An- 
nie Rambeau. a French woman. Issue: i, 
Rachel Bryan, born in Bertie county, N. C, in 

1723- 
I. Rachel Bryan, married William Whitfield, 

November 6, 1741. Issue: i. Charity. 2, Wil- 
liam. 3. Louis. 4, Bryan. 5, Needham. 6, 
Elizabeth, born March 6, 1747. 7, Rachel. 

I.-i, Charity Whitfield, married Col. David 
Smith. Issue: i, Samuel. 2, Edith. 3, Wil- 
liam. 4. Rachel. 5, Jonathan. 6, Charity. 7, 
Needham. 8, David, g, Whitfield. 10, Mary. 
1 1, Louis. 12, Bettie. 

I.-2, 3, 4, 5, 7, little is known further. 

I.-6, Elizabeth Whitfield, married, first, 
Alexander Smith ; second, Farquhard Camp- 
l)ell. Issue by first husband: i, John Smith, 
called Long or Ferry John, etc. Alexander 
Smith was of Isle of Wight county, Va., and 
was a son of John Smith, of England. Issue 
by second husband : 1 , James. 2, Robert. 3, 
William (died a lad). 

I.-i, I, Samuel Smith, married Bar1)ara Her- 
ring. Issue: I. l>ettie. 2, Sidney. 3, Bryan. 
4, Samuel. 5, Rachel. 

I.-I, 2, Edith Smith, married Clement Bryan. 
Issue: I, Sarah. 2, Mary. 3, Charity. 4, Mar- 



212 Genealogical Record. 

garet. 5, Grissella (said by some to have been 
ninth child), born 181 1; died 1839; married 
J. Hines. 6, Lovatt. 7, Edith Emmehne. 8, 
Needham. g, David. 

I.-i, 3, William Smith, married Isabella Mc- 
Allister. (See Vol. II., VII.) 

I.-i, 4, Rachel Smith, married Alexander Mc- 
Allister. (See Vol. II., II.) 

I.-i, 5, Jonathan Smith, married Elizabeth 
Banks. Issue: i, Gerard. 2, Charity. 

I.-I, 6, Charity Smith, born 1788, married 
Alexander Williams, born 1786. Issue: i, Da- 
vid Smith. 2, Rachel. 3, Alexander. 4. Isaac. 
5, Charity. 

I.-i, 7, Needham Smith^ married Sarah Rogers. 
(See Vol. II., I.-4.) 

I.-i, 8, 9, 10, II, 12, nothing further known. 

I.-i-i, I, Bettie Smith, married, first, Charles 
Hopkins (childless) ; second, unknown. 

I.-i-i, 2 and 3 unknown. 

I.-i-i, 4, Samuel Smith, married, first, Eliza 
Wright ; second, Sarah Burton ; third, Jane 
Everitt ; fourth, Ann Kearney. I have no list 
of the children. 

I.-I-I, 5, Rachel Smith, married John Everitt. 
Issue: i, Barbara Ann. 2, Jane Smith. 3, 
Samuel Smith, died single. 4, Edgar, died un- 
married. 5, Rachel Frances, married Mr. 
W. W. Walton. 6, William Smith, died un- 
married. Dentists, 3 and 4 eminent. 

' Mr. Everitt was an elder in the Presbyterian church 
of Goldsboro, N. C, and one of the noblest of Christian 
men. 



Genealogical Record. 213 

T -T-2, T, Sarah Bryan, married Mr. Wilcox. 

I.-1-2, 2, Mary Bryan, married Air. Rains. 

T.-T-2, 4, MAiMARirr Brv.\n, married Mr. Cheat- 
liam. 

T.-T-2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, nothing known. 

I.-T-5, T, Gi<:rari) Smith, married Miss Fields. 
Issue: I, Alice. I met her in i866 at Cousin F. 
Smith's. A very sweet girl. 

T.-1-5, 2, Charity Smith, married Dr. John 
Jones, Wake county, N. C. Issue: i, Penelope. 
2, Lydia. 3, Bettie. 4, a son. 

I.-1-6, I, Rfa'. David S. Whjtams,* born 1807; 
married, first. Elizabeth Tool ; second, Lucy 
Hawkins. Issue by first wife: i, Elizabeth 
Swann W^illiams, who married Richard West. 
2, Dr. David Williams, who married Mary Rob- 
inson. 3, Frances Tool Williams, married 
Henry McMillan. 4, Geraldus Tool Williams, 
married Miss McCallum. 5, Alexander Tool 
Williams, killed in the war between the States. 
Issue by second wife : 6, Lucy H. Williams. 
7, Henry R. WilHams. 8, Ella Williams. 9, 
Nathaniel Williams. 10, Baldy Hawkins Wil- 
liams. IT, Mary Williams. 

I. -1-6, 2, Rachel Whtjaais, married, first, 
Archil)ald McDiarmid, killed by B. F. Atkins; 
second, Jolm West. They moved to Arkansas, 
and her daughter, Martha West, married A. K. 
McDiarmid, of Manchester, N. C, a nephew of 
her mother's first husband. 

* Studied for Presbyterian ministry, but with most 
of his father's family, joined the Baptist church. 



214 Genealogical Record. 

I.-T-6, 3, Alexander- Williams, married Mary 
Barksdale. Issue: Frank. 2, Sherrod. 3, 
Alexander"'. 4, Archibakl McDiarmid. 5, 
John. 6, David. 

I.-1-6, 4, Isaac Williams, f married Jane 
Hodges. Excellent people. Issue: i. Winni- 
fred Turner, married Lawrence Smith. 2, 
Charity Smith, married Elisha Pipkin. 3, Da- 
vid Smith, married Lou E. Sanders. 4, Alex- 
ander J. (Bucky). 5, Isaac E. 

I.-1-6, 5, Charity Williams, married Mr. 
Jones, of Arkansas, late in life. Childless. 

I.-1-1-5, I, Barbara A. Everitt, married Dr. 
B. F. Arrington. Issue: i, Mary, in delicate 
health, unmarried. 2, Fannie Belle, married 
Mr. Bond. 3, Sallic, married. 4, John Henry, 
married. 

I.-T-1-5, 2, Jane S. Everitt, married M. M. 
Crawford. Issue: i, John Everitt. 2, William. 
3, James. 4, George. 5, Mary Louise, Golds- 
boro, N. C. 

I.-1-5, 3, 4, 6, died unmarried. 

I.-1-5, 5, Rachel Frances Everitt, married 
Mr. Walton, Statesville. N. C. 

I.-T-6-4, I, WiNNiFRED T. Williams, married 
James Lawrence Smith. Issue (see \^ol. IV., 
V.-8-6). 

I.-T-6-4, 2, Charity Saiith Williams, married 
Elisha Pipkin. Issue unknow^n. 

I.-1-6-4, 3, David S. Williams, married Louisa 

t Captain in Eighth North Carolina Sen. Reserves. 
A good man. 



Genealogical Record. 215 

E. Sanders. Issue: i, PTcrlKM-t SniitlL 2, Isa-" 
bclla wSancIers. 3, Ashl)y A. 4, Jane Hodf^es. 
5, Louise Sanders. 
I.-T-6-4, 4. j\Li:xAxnER J. Wtlltaals (P)nckv). 



I.-1-6-4, 5. Isaac E. Wtlll\]\ls. 



INDKX ro VOLUMK 1. 



Adams— Gen"l, 11!). 

Thetis, 28. 
Alderman, Ida, 44. 
Atkixs — Jolin. 27. 

.lames. 27. 

Ann. 27. 3o. 

.]anet, 27, 35. 

-lanios, second, 27, 35. 

-J no. Lewis, 27, 35. 

Floia Isabella, 27, 35. 

(at ha line, 27, 3G. 

Sopliia. 27, 38. 

Annie ,)., 27, 38. 

Ual).'lia. 27, 38. 
. — I'.er.j. Franklin. 27, 38. 

Annie. 30. 

Ilenrv. 34. 

Xeill's.. 35. 50. 

Jas. A. (M. 1).), 35. 50. 80 

(Jrissella S.. 35, 50. 

-Ino. Heeloi'. 35. 50. 

-lanet Isabella, 35, 57. 

r.enj. lea, 35, 57. 

Ivolx'rt, 35, 57. 

Henrietta, 35, 57. 

Lewis S., 35, 57. 

Mary (laston, 57, 87. 

Neil] S., -Jr., 57. 87. 

Tuiuer, ;)7, 87. 

Osear, 57, 87. 
Bauxes— J. C;., 80. 

Lot la Ida, 80. 

C'ullen, 80. 

Julian (.'., .Ir., 80. 

Chas. B., 80. 
Beasley, Anna R., 78. 



Bakuy, Eliza, 42. 
Bell, Susan A., 57. 

liERNARD, Miss , 94, 

Best — Lee J., Esq., 79. 

Lee J., Jr., 79. 

Coll Hinton, 79. 
Betiiea — Arch, 57. 

Mary, 57, 88. 

(irissella, 57, 88. 
liLUE— Elizabeth, 32. 

Mattie, 92. 
Booker— E. N. (M. D.), 08. 

Lena Nelson, (58. 

Edna Walton, 08. 

E. Benjamin. 08. 
B.ovKix, Virj^inia, 122. 
BiDi)— A. V. CSl. D.), 05. 

Bose. ()5. 9(>. 

IMiilemon, 05, 90. 

r.iyan. 05. 97. 

Walter, (J5, 97. 
I'riE — Janet, 23. 

I':ilie, 20. 
!{i!YA.\. Col. Elias. 37. 
Xeill AleKay, 38, (i4. 

Anna Catharine, 38, 05. 

Jas. Everett. 38, 05. 

Muidock Mnrpliy. 38. (!5. 

Bosa, 38, 05. 

El wood, 38. 05. 

JMcKav, 04, 90. 

Middll'lon. 04. 9(;. 

Killy .May. 05, !>7. 

J 111 ia II. 05. 

Laura, 05. 

Clintdu. 05. 



2l8 



Index. 



Bryan — 

Gladys, (15. 

Everett, Jr. (killed l)y light- 
ning) , 65. 

Mona (killed by lightning), 
65. 

Evelyn, 65, 97. 

James, 65, 97. 

Fanny Kate, (')~), 97. 

Louise, 65, 97. 

Neill, 65, 9/. 

Murphy, Jr., 65. 98. 

Mary, 65, 98. 

Pauline, 65, 98. 

Catharine, 65, 98. 

Elwood. Jr., 65, 97. 
BYiin— Edith, 41. 

Bettie, 44. 

Erastus, 44. 

J no. (I., 45. 

Kate G., 45. 
Boyd— W. H., 91. 

Jas. H., 91. 

Janie, 91. 

Arch J., 91. 

Robt. L., 91. 

Tirzah, 91. 

Mack, 135. 
Cameron— Alan C, 30, 45. 

Douglas, 30, 45. 

James, 30, 45. 

Jno. McLean, 30. 45. 

Floia McAllister, 30, 45. 

Marn, 30, 45. 

Archibald (Maj.), 36. 

Jno. Atkins, 3(5, 58. 

Kate, 58, 90. 

Fannie, 58, 90. 

Bessie, 58, 90. 

Mary McKay, 58, 90. 

Archibald, Jr., 58, 90. 
Campbell, Alexander, 69. 

J. T. McLean, 69. 
Campbell, W. N., 144. 
Carruth, Marion, 26^ 



Chapin— L. B., 92. 

Neill, 92. 

Isabella, 92. 
Clarke , 63. 

IMarv, 63. 

Clem, 63. 

Julia, 63. 

George, 63. 
Clark— D. Emmett, 80. 

Chas. F., 80. 

Mary A., 80. 

McLeran, 80. 
Clarke— H. R., 89. 

Helen P., 89. 

Robert, 89. 

Edward, 89. 

Marv C, 89. 

Paul Coe, 89. 

Jessie, 89. 
Cltnard, 34. 
Cranor, Josephine, 58. 
COFIELl), B., 31. 
Collier — John F., 90. 

Blanche I., 90. 
Co.STiN — Larkin, 49. 

Etta Ann (dec'd), 49, 81, 

Eva May, 49, 81. 

Frederick, 49, 81. 
CuTTS — Jas. P., 44. 

Berta, 44. 

Clarence, 44. 

William, 44. 

Fabius, 44. 

Lillian, 44. 

Alice, 44. 

Hector McD., 44. 

Flora, 44. 
Davls— J. M., 54. 

R. H., 54. 

Ethe May, 54. 

Anna Roberta, 54. 

Janet McNeill, 54. 

-James Donald, 54. 

Jackson, 47. 
Drake, John, 38. 



DuRANT, Mary, 80, 
Durham, Edith, 80. 
Edmundson — James P.. 

Mary, 40, G8. 

Kate, 40, 08. 

Susie. 40, 08. 

Wright, 40, 08. 

Jno. McLean. 40. 08. 

James R.. 40, (iS. 

Ed. Stanley, 4u, 08. 

:\raud, 40, 08. 

Alice, 40, 08. 
Elliott — George D., 53, 

Cornelia, 53. 

Alexander, 53. 

Mary, 53, 

Geo. Doughis, 53. 

•Eunice, 53. 

Honry, 53. 

Emily Patterson. 53. 
Emerson, , 1)3. 



Index. 



2K) 



40, 08. 



Ennis, Maggie, 80. 

F Ai'CETTE — Wi 1 1 i a m , 4 5 . 

Sarah J., 45. 

Cameron, 45. 
FiNLEY — Robert, 00. 

A. A., 00. 

Lucy L., 00. 

Bess C, 00. 

Grace M., 00. 

Bessie G., 00. 
Fleming — Dr. J. R., 03. 

Alma, 03 04. 
Galbratth — Neill. 20. 

Grissella, 20, 32. 

Angus, 2<), 32. 
Garrett, Amand;;. 40. 
(J ASTON — Georgia, 50. 

Mary, 50, 87. 
(jIeddik — Elizabetli, 31. 

Gentry, , 34. 

Glover, . 04. 



GoonwYN — , — 
James C, 78. 
James H., 78. 



30. 



GooDM'YN, ]\Iar3% 78. 
GoRUAM, Josie, 73. 
(Jkady — Robert F., 44. 

Thomas, 44, 73, 

Jno, Greene, 44, 73, 

Eugene, 44, 73, 

Ed, Lilly, 44, 73, 

Estelle, 44, 73. 

1^'lora McA., 44, 73. 

John, 44, 73. 

James, 44, 73. 

Sallie, 4x, 73. 

H. McLean, 44, 73, 

Kate, 44, 73, 
(Jkaham— Archibald, 20, 

1), McL„ 20, 41, 

Flora, 20, 42, 

Arcliibald, Jr„ 20, 42, 

AU'xander, 20, 42. 

John, 20, 42, 

Neill, 20, 42. 

Benjamin R.. 41, 

Neill, 41. 

Anna E,, 42, 

Archibald McL„ 42. 

iMary Owen, 42. 

Archibahl, Jr., 42. 

Ed, Kidder, 42, 

David Sloan, 42, 

Archibald Wright, 42. 

Neill Ray. 42, 

Mary, 42. 

Hattie, 42. 

Frank P.. 42. 

(Jeoige, 42, 

Kate, 42, 

Annie, 42, 

Anna 1).. -12. 

Flora Mav. 42, 

John, Jr..' 42. 

Maria, 42. 

Virginia. 42. 

William A.. 

GliKKNE lolin. 

D. E., 20, 44. 



12. 
2'.). 



^20 



Index. 



Greene — 

Marv I., 29, 44. 

Flora, 29, 44. 

John A., 29, 44. 

Hector McL., 29, 44. 

William, 29, 44. 

Laura, 29, 44, 45. 

Thomas. 29, 45. 

Robert L., 29, 45. 

Stewart, 44. 

II. McL., Jr., 44. 

Mary, 44. 

Alma, 44. 

Xeill, 44. 

Eliza, 44. 

Alice, 44. 

Aldah, 44. 

-lohn. 44. 

William, 44. 

Laura, 44. 

Mary Grady, 44. 

Paul, 44. 

Hugh, 44. 

Edward, 45. 

Flossie, 45. 

Lula, 45. 

Laura. 45. 

Ora, 45. 

Ora, Jr., 45. 

Lee, 45. 

Clyde, 45. 

Claude, 45. 

Moliie, 45. 
Gray, Mary S., 67. 
Green, S. P., 93. 

Guy, , 80. 

Harmon — Johu, 87. 

Grissella, 87. 

Elizabeth, 87. 

Mary, 87. 

Lena, 87. 
Harper — Lou, 03. 

F. M., 83. 

F. M., Jr., 83. 
Harris — Robert, 35, 40. 



Harris — 

Anna Roberta, 35, 40. 



]\I. Carolina, 



35, 



40. 



, 94. 

Harrington — J. K. 

Janie, 45. 

Janet, 45. 

Jno. McD., 45. 

Alan Cameron, 45 

Mary Kate, 45. 

Irene, 45. 

Marn, 45. 
Hazen, Eva, 93. 
Hicks, , 93. 



P., 45. 



53, 67 



53, 



67, 



Hodges— J. P., 40, 

J. M., 40, 53, 67 

Ida, 40, 53, 67. 

J. Allison, 40, 

Clara, 40, 53, 83. 

Jas. Philemon, 40, 53, 67. 

David Worth, 40, 53, 67. 

Roxaua, 40, 53, 67. 

Jno. Murchison, 40, 53, bl 

Sadie, 83, 53. 

Julia, 83, 53. 

Frank M., 83, 53. 

J. A., Jr., 83, 53. 

Ruth, 83, 53. 
House, Mary, 86. 
Howard — J. W., 41. 

Roberta L., 41, 69. 

L. J., 41, 70. 

C. E., 41, 70. 

Jno. A., 41, 70. 

Mary McD., 4i 70. 

Danl. A., 41, 70. 

Jos. Carr, 41, 70. 
Hi'ndley — Frank, 73. 

Blanche, 73. 

Essie, 73. 

Marv, I 3. 
Ingraham, Eliza, 30. 
James — Sarah A., 37. 

Mary E., 37. 
Jeffett — Rev. , 92. 



Index. 



22 i 



Jeffett — 

Fannie Annette. !)2. 

Frank Asl)uiy, 1)2. 

\\ illiain. 1)2.' 

Flelther. !I2. 

Sidney Jnlk>. !)2. 
Jl'MGAX — Mail in, 3.'). 

-Idlm, 51. 
Joii.NSOA — Ma IV E., 4U. 

■-■■ ' 

Laura. 47. 
-Jones — Nat. Iv. 2!). 
JJettie. 2!). 43. 
Flora, 2D, 43. 
David. 29, 43. 
Danl. McL., 213, 43. 
Isabella. 20. 43. 
Sallie. 2!), 43. 
Xat., Jr., 2!), 43. 
Robert, 29, 43. 
Saniuol. 70. 
dolm F., 70. 
Rev. Geo., 80. 
Tlortense, 8U. 
Lyssie. 80. 
Lurline, 80. 
Ken'drick, Soplironia, 49. 

KlHKMAX. , 74. 

Kyles — Daniei. 2(). 
Robert, 20, 32. 
John. 26, 32. 

Laxdehs, Miss , 93. 

Laire.xck. l^ily, 80, 
LEArir — Luenza, 28. 

Emma, 04. 
Li.XK— Dr. J. A., 90. 
Artlinr Finley, 90. 
Loxo — Win. J., 40. 
-I a net S.. 40. 
Mary J.. 40, 78. 

dos. D.. 40. 78. 
Jno. Alexander. 40. 78. 
Wm. Sexton. 40. 78. 
Robt. Coll. 40. 78. 
Jas. Alexander, 4(), 78. 
Geo. lluoh, 40, 78. 



LoxG — 

Jno. ITeetor, 4(), 78. 

Flora AleAllister. 40. 78. 

(iordon MeJjcan. 78. 

dohn M., 78. 

ivayburn, 78. 

Ava Dolores. 78. 
^fALLOY, Capt. Theo., 04. 
Ma x X — Joseph , 39 . 

Lura, ()7. 
Martix — Wm. B., 32. 
• U. L., 32, 49. 

Espra Ann, 32, 49. 

James, 32, 49. 

Wm. F... dr., 32, 49. 

Mattie Hill, 32, 49. 

Mary, 32, 49. 

Joseph, 32, 49. 

Lyssie, 49, 80. 

Jas. Rivers, 49, 80. 

X(dlie, 49, 80. 

Elizabeth, 49, 80. 

Willie (nirl), 49, 80. 

Au,L;ustus, 49, 80. 

Tiionias, 49, 8L 

Mary Stone, 8L 

Nellie, dr., 80. 

Jno. R. (M. D.), 9L 

James, 91. 

Sallie (4.. !)1. 

Jane A.. !)1. 

Henry 11., 91. 

Nann'ie (;.. 91. 

Wm. id., 9]. 

Kate L.. !)i. 

Mary E.. !M. 

Archibald L.. !»!. 

Nina Anderson. !)1. 

Luey E., r)8. 
Matthews — Christian. -1.1. 

Ijimi A.. 78. 
ArrrciiEEL. dames, 28. 

AfoouE, , 93. 

McAi.r.rsTER — Tleclor. 9. 
Mary, 9. 



222 



Index. 



]\IcAllister — 

Isabella, 9. 

Grissella, 9. 
McAllister — Col. Alex., 23. 

Coll. 23. 

Grissella, 23. 

Janet, 23. 

Archibald, 23. 

Alexander, 23. 

Flora, 23. 

Mary, 23. 

Neill, second, 23. 

Janet, second, 23. 

Coll, second, 23. 

Coll, third, 25. 

Louisa, 25. 

James, 25, 28. 

]\lary, 25, 28. 

Archibald J^uie, 25, 

Betsy J., 25. 

John, 25, 28. 

Janet Ann, 25, 28. 

Joseph, 28, 39. 

Annie E., 28, 39. 

Alfred, 28. 

Alexander, 28. 

Christopher Foy, 28. 

Fannie. 28. 

Alice, 28, 39. 

Ellen, 28, 39. 

Annie, 28, 3y. 

Annie Wrignt, 28, 39. 

Loveday, 28, 39. 

Luta, 28, 39. 

Jno. Alexander, 54. 

Ann Atkins, 54, 85. 

David Smith, 54, 85. 

Alexander Pope, 85. 

Willis Pope, 85. 

Hugh McLean, 85. 

John David. 85. 

Charles Payne, 85. 

David Smith, Jr., 85. 

Annie Isabella, 85. 

]Mary Janet, 85. 



INIcAllister — 

Bessie Napier, 85. 

John Boykin, 85. 

James Alexander, 85. 

James S., 66. 

Raymond, 66. 

Clifford Williams, 66. 

Anne Irene, 66. 

Guthrie, 66. 

Nora, (\^i. 

Cora Lee, 66. 
McCalluai — Jas. D., 33. 

Evander, 33. 

Alfred Augustus, 33. 

Mary Eliza, 33. 

Laura, 33, 51. 
McCraixie, Isabella, 36. 
McCoRMiCK — Dr. Jno., 56, 

Mary, 56, 87. 

John. 87. 

Anna, 87. 

James, 87. 

Lewis, 87. 

Archibald, 87. 

Grissella, 87. 
]\IcDoi'GALD — Miss , 26. 

Catharine, 29. 

Alan (Kev.), 29. 

Alexander, 35. 

Ann Atkins, 35, 55. 

Jno. Alex. (M. D.), 35, 55. 

Kate, 35, 55. 

Daniel, Esq. (Capt. C. S. A) 
35, 55. 

Daniel, Esq., 35, 

Janet, A. A., 35, 

Mary, 41. 
McDuFFiE — Dr. J. 

Annie L., 89 . 

Love Alexander, 

Jas. H., Jr., 89. 

Louis R., 89. 

David P., 89. 

Wm. A., 89. 
McIntyre — David. 40. 



55. 
55. 



H., 89. 



89. 



Index. 



^o 



23 



]\IcLntyi{e — 
Flora, 40, Ol). 
Isabella, 40, G9. 
Aloxaiidor, 40, 09. 
Tc'ter, 40. 09. 
4iiiiie, 40, 09. 
Kate, 40, 09. 
K. M., 04. 

.J 110. ^Nlc'Ka}^, 04, 95. 
Mary W., (k, 95. 
Kobt. E., 04, 95. 



Louise, 04, 90. 



NNalter H., 04, 90. 

A nine, 04, 90. 

Florin, 04, 96. 

Charles, 04. 90. 

W illiain, 04, 90. 
]\l('lvER, John S., 08. 
McKay— Neill, 27. 

A. A., 27. 

Janet Isabella, 27. 

Malcolm, 27. 

Miirdock Murphy, 27. 

Ann CJik'lirist, 27. 

Xeill. Kcv. (D. D.), 27. 

J no. W. (M. D.), 27. 

Floia Isabella, 27. 

Sarah Jane Kate, 27. 

Mary Elizabeth, 27. 

Jane, 30. 

Xeill, 3(). 

Famiie. 30. 

Flora Ann, 30. 

]\Iurdock INIurphy, 30. 

Jno. Ranlsa3^ 30. 

A. McNeill.' 3(i. 03. 

John A. D., 30, 03. 

Nancy I., 30, 03. 

^Nlary Janet, 30, 03. 

:\ralcolni ^Fc.N., 30, ()3. 

P. McKcllar, 3(). ()3. 

W m. Thornwell, 3(i, 03. 

Wm. iliornwell, 30, 03. 

Cornelia Adaline, 30. (i3. 

Mary Louise, 30, 04. 



' ISIcKay— 

Fanny Reid, 30, 04. 

Wilson James, 37, 04. 
i Sarah La\iiiia, 37, 04. 

Flora Margaret, 37, 04. 

Mary Jsabella, 37, 04. 

Jno. Jay, 37, 04. 

Robt. Alurphy, 37, 04. 

Irene Norman, 47. 

Neill, Esq. (Tenn.), 58. 
I Cora, 58, 05, 91. 
' Prentice, 58. <)!. 

Neill, Jr., 58, 92. 

Fannie, 58, 92. 

Felix, 58, 92. 

Rufus, 58, 92. 

John, 58, 92. 

Paul, 58, 92. 

FredericR, 58, 92. 

]\rooi-e, 58, 92. 

Josephine, 58, 92. 

Kate Phereba, 58, 92. 

Belle Jietnune, 58, 92. 

l<^annie Thomas, 58, 93. 

Izilla M., 58, 93. 

Nettie Jane, 58. 93. 

Flora Anna, 58, 93. 

TTenry AI., 58, 93. 

Jennie Vaughn, ()3, 93. 

Fannie Kate, 63, 93. 

Geo. Payne, 03, 93. 

Mattie, 03, 94. 

Johnnie (female), ()3, 94. 

Archibald Alexander, 03, 94. 

Malcolm, (i3, !)4. 

John, (53, 94. 

Minnie, 03, 94. 

Harvey, 03, 94. 

John W^ilson. 04. 

Hamilton W.. 

Nancy W.. 01. 



\\\. 



Robt. ]\r.. 

Lucile, 8(). 
M.ioMJo, 90. 
1-Modie Olive, 93. 



95. 
(i4. 95. 
95. 
1. !»."). 



224 



Index. 



:MrKAY— 

Lily Noiine, 93. 

Thos. Hazen, 93. 

Doc. Williams, 93. 

Anna Irene, 93. 

Izilla Mooney, 93. 
McKellar, Annabella, 3(5. 
McKenzie, Walter, 81. 
McKetha^t — John (blind), 23. 

Jno.. Jr., 24, 20. 

Flora. 24, 26. 

Janet, 24, 26. 

Christian, 24, 26. 

Flora, second, 24, 26. 

Alexander. 26, 31. 

Grissella, 26, 31. 

Cyrus, 26, 31. 

Kobert, 26, 31. 

Darius, 26, 31. 

Daniel, 26, 31. 

Jno. W. (Jack), 26, 31. 

Alfred Augustus, 26, 32. 

Flora Ann, 31, 47. 

Mary Catharine. 31. 47. 

Amanda, 31, 47. 

Cliristian, 31, 48. 

Hector (Col.), 33, 50. 

Edwin Turner, 33, 5U. 

Alfred A.. Jr.. 33, 50. 

Ed. Robeson, 50, 81. 

A. A., Jr., Jr., 50, 81. 

Jno. A. R., 50, 81. 

David Cillespip, 50, 81. 

Eliza S., 50, 81. 

Kate D., 50, 82. 

Caroline, 50, 82. 

Augusta, 50. 82. 

Wm. McL., 50, 82. 

Jane Robeson, 50, 82. 

Jos. Utley, 50, 82. 

Hector McAllister. 50, 82. 
McLaurix, Kate. 50. 
]McLAUGiiLi]sr — Maj. :\1. McR. 
63. 

Neill, 63, 94. 



^McLaughlin — 

Marv Belle, 63, 94. 

WuL E., 63, 95. 

Sallie James, 63. 
McLean — Jno. of Jura, 25. 

Daniel, 25. • 

Col. Duncan, 25. 

Janet, 25, 28. 

John, 25, 28. 

Alexander Duncan, 25, 28. 

Catharine. 28. 

Ann, 25, 29. 

Archibald, 25, 29. 

Hector M., 25, 29. 

Mary Margaret, 25, 29. 

Flora Catharine, 25, 29. 

Effie Isabella, 25, 29. 

Sarah Jane, 25, 30. 

Coll, 25, 30. 

Jno. Alexander, 25, 30. 

Jno. A., Sr., 30. 

Richard. 30. 

Archibald Xeill, 25, 30. 

:Marv Jane, 25, 30. 

Hugh, 25, 30. 

Hector, 25, 30. ^ 

Janet M. Neili, 35, 54. 

Susanna H., 28, 40. 

Mary Elizabeth. 28, 40. 

Annie J., 28, 40. 

Jno. Tyler, 28, 41. 

Lou Fannie, 28, 41. 

Flora M.. 28, 41. 

Mary Catharine, 28' 41, 40. 

Daniel Hugh, 29, 41. 

Arcliibald Alexander, 28. 

John Archibald, 30, 46. 

Duncan X., 30, 46. 

Kate, 41. 

Alexander, 41. 

Jno. Tyler, 41. 70. 

Alfred" McK., 41. 70. 
Marv C. 41, 70. 
Daniel H.. Jr.. 41, 70. 
Belle Gilmore. 41, 70. 



Index. 



225 



McLean — 

Julius, 45, 78. 

Rufus, 40, 78. 

Sallie. 40, 78. 

Louuie, 40, 78. 

Ellen Filhnoie, 29, 42. 

Kate, 29, 43. 

Mary, 29, 48. 

Janet, 29, 43. 

Alexander, 29, 43. 

John, 29, 43. 

Daniel, 29, 43. 
McLeod— Murdock (M. D.).38. 

Mary ^lurdock, 38, 05, 00. 

Isabella C, 38. 

Marv E., 38, 39. 
McLekax— Xeill, 20. 

Christian, 20. 

Duncan, 20, 8. 

Margaret, 20, 9. 

Grissella, 20, 9. 

Wni. C, 32, 48. 

Margaret I., 32, 48. 

Angus James, 32, 49. 

Xeill Alexander, 32, 48. 

i:)avid Stephen, 32, 48. 

Janet Armstrong, 32, 48. 
Maxx — Jasper, 39. 

Lura, 39. 
Mc Maxxkx — Leroy De Witt 
(M. D.), 28. 

Jas. Alexander, 28. 

Rosa, 5, 28, 39. 

Ernest L., 28. 
McMiLLAX — Rev. Murdock, 30. 

Catharine. 3(5. 
McNeill— Marv, 23. 

Flora, 23. 

Neill, 23. 

Arehil)ald, 24. 

Malcolm, 24. 

Coll, 24, 2(;. 

dohn. 27. 

Janet, 27. 

Flora. 27. 



McNeill — 

Isabella, 27. 
Malcolm — Malcolm, 34. 

Janet, 34. 

Neill, 34. 

Ann. 34. 

Archibald, 34. 

Sarah, 34. 

F'lora, 34. 

John, 35. 

Janet, 27, 34, 

Ann, 27, 34. 

Isaac, 27, 34. 

David, 27, 35. 

Catharine, 28, 

Janet Ann, 27, 35, 40. 

Martin, 27, 35. 

Martitia, 35, 53. 

Sallie, 35, 53, 07. 

Cornelia, 35, 53. 

Jennie, 80. 

David, 35. 

Catharine Isabella, 35, 57. 

Alexander Duncan, 35, 57. 

Janet, 35, 57. 

J no. Jay, 35. 

F'lora Ann, 35. 

David R., 57, 89. 

John A., 58, 89. 

Jas. B., 58, 90. 

Margaret Isabella, 58, 90. 

Robert E., 58, 90. 
McNeill— Catharine, 58, 90. 

Susan, 58, {»(). 

Alexander, 58, 90. 
McSwAix— Dr. H. A., 85. 

.John McA.. 85. 

Alexander, 85. 
Maduie, Myrtle, (58. 
^VFahsii — Wm. F., 57. 

J^ena, 57, 88. 

John. 57, 88. 

Robert, 57, 88. 

William, 57, 88. 

Brooks. 57, 88. 



226 



Index. 



Marsh — 

Mary, 57, 88. 

Chcarles, 57, 88. 

James, 57, 88. 

Walter, 57, 88. 
MiLBURX, Lizzie, 38. 
MONEOE, , 47. 

Moon. 

Morgan — M. R., 73. 

Mallett, 73. 

Pierce, 73. 

Mamie, 73. 

Robert, 73. 

Josie, 73. 

John, 73. 

Stewart, 73. 

May, 73. 

Lily, 62, 74. 
MuRCHisoN — Col. Alex., 37. 

Col. Kenneth, 28, 38, 39. 

Flora Eliza, 28, 40. 

Wm. E., 40. 

Jno. A., 40. 

McKav, 40. 

K. Hill. 40. 

Kate \Miite, 40. 

Kenneth, 40. 

Murdoch, 65. 

Kate, 65. 

Pearl, 65. 

Maggie B., 65. 

Shipp, 65. 

Kenneth, 65. 

Walter, 65. 
Mlrpiiy— D. B., 31. 

John. 33. 

Lizziie M., 33, 50. 

Jennie, 33, 50. 

Oscar, 33, 51. 

Eannie, 33, 51. 
Myrover — Geo. Gannon, 51. 

Mary Augusta, 51. 

Henry, 5 1 . 

Laura, 51. 

Alfred. 51. 



Myrover — 

Jane, 51. 

Geo. G., Jr.. 51. 

James, 51. 
Naylor, O. F., 98. 
NoRTHEN — James, 86. 

Pearl, 86. 

Ella, 86. 

Spears, 86. 

Ernest, 86. 

Jno. N., 86. 
Page — Louis A., 57. 

D. Anderson, 57, 89. 

Sallie Helen, 57. 

Mary Isabel, 57. 

Jesse Warden, 57. 

Alex. McNeill, 57. 

Jas. Sexton, 57. 

Louis Wilson, 57. 

Ruby Lucile, 89. 

Harry Durham, 89. 

Marjorie Hemans, 89. 

L. A., Jr., 89. 
Parham, Laura, 65. 
Parker, Emma, 65. 

Parrish, Mr. , 65. 

Patterson, Margaret V., 89. 

Payne, Miss , 93. 

Phillips — Angus, 26. 

Flora, 26. 

James ( M. D. ) , 26. 

Stephen, 26. 

Eliza or Lizzie, 26, 32. 

Grissella, 26, 32. 

Jno. W., 26, 32. 

Jno. Morgan, 32. 

Jennie, 32. 
Pitman — Marv, 49. 

. 63. 

Pointer, Gertrude, 78. 
Pope, Florence, 85. 
Purdie, Thomas, 82. 
Purefoy, Rev. Jas., 27. 
Rand— A. B., 79. 

Grace, 79. 



Index. 



227 



Rand — 

Noniinn, 79. 
Mildred, 79. 
A. B., Jr., 79. 
Mavjorie, 79. 
Rawlixgs — Jackson C, 58. 
Flora McK., 58. 
Rachel Evline, 58, 91. 
Coralvn. 58, 91. 
Kate.' 58, 91. 

Arcliibald Jackson, 58, 91. 
Sallie x4nn, 58. 
Thos. Ivan, 91. 
Lizzie Linn, 91. 
Arcliibald Felix, 91. 
RiGGS, Kate, G4, 78. 
RonESox — Louvisa, 27. 

Janie \V., 33, 50. 
Salmox — Silas, (54. 
Wni. Edward, 04. 
Xeill ^icK., ()4. 
Fannie Louise, 04. 
Scott, Fannie, 9]. 
SisiiTir — lesse Slocumb, G7. 
Jessie Slocumb, 07. 
Clarence James, 07. 

luhvard, (57. 

Flora ]\lurchison. <i7. 

Sallie Slocumb. ()7. 

Susie, (57. 
Sexto x—Wm.. 30. 

Janet B., 30. 4(5. 

D. McLean. 30. 40. 

Sarah E., 30, 40. 

Jas. A., 30, 47. 

Archibald Neil), 30, 47. 

William, Jr., 30, 47. 

("oil Hector. 30, 47. 

:Marv E., 4(5. 

T>. .UcL., Jr.. 4(5. 

C. :\rcLean 4(5. 

Mary L., 47. 

Sadie -May, 47. 

Wm. Hubert, 47. 

Jas. Robert, 47. 



Sextox, Stella, 47. 
Sedbtry — V. N., (59. 

Fannie McL., (59. 

Hattie Lee. (59. 

Walter William, 09. 

Henrietta, (5i). 
Sexter , 73. 

Oscar, 73. 

, 73. 

Hubert, 73. 
Shaw— Neill, 29, 30. 

Maoo-ie, 30, 7(5. 
SiiEi'iiERn, Frances, 28. 
SxiDER— Chas. H., 49. 

Thos. J., 49, 80. 

Henry D., 49, 80. 

Eliza Frances, 49, 80. 

Janet Anoella, 49, 80. 

Chas. Alfred, 49, 80. 

Wm. Angus, 49, 80. 

Josephine Barschal, 49, 80. 
Spears — Col. J no. A., 35, 55. 

Oscar J., 55. 

Ella, 55. 

John, 55. 

Lou, 55. 

Henry T., 55. 

Caro. Mc.N., 55. 

Maggie, 80. 

Henry, Jr., 8(5. 

Benj.'. 8(5. 

Marshall, 80. 

Joseph, 80. 

Lucile, 8(5. 
Stapletox — Agnew, 80. 

Ruth, 80. 

Susie. 80. 
Stewart — X. ]\lcX., 45. 

Flora INlcN., 45, 77. 

F. C, 49. 

Annie E.. 49. 

Charles, 49. 

Mary, 49. 

Harry, 49 
Stoxe, Fannie. — . 



22^ 



Index. 



Turner — Martlia M., 55. 

Willis P., 07. 

Jessie, 67. 

James, b7. 

Susie, 68, 

Charlotte, 68. 

Robert, 68. 
Utley, Celia, 50. 
Vestal — ri. H., 47. 

Mary McA., 47. 79. 

Eliza F., 47, 7t). 

H. H., Jr., 47, 79. 
Wagner, Mark, 49. 
Walker— Hon. J. F., 93. 

Jno. Fletcher, 93. 

Edna Earl, 93. 

Prentice, 93. 

Fannie, 93. 

Kate, 93. 

Mvrtle, 93. 

Ruby, 93. 

Hattie, 93. 
AVatson, Anne, 86. 
Wester — Baxter, 73. 

Baxter, Jr., 73. 

Clyde, 73. 

Ethel, 73. 

Ella, 73. 
Wilcox, Margaret McK., 92. 
Williams, J. M., 53. 

Roxana W., 53, 83. 

Joel, 53, 83. 

Jesse S., 53, 83. 



Williams — 

David W., 53, 83. 
Jane E., 53, 83. 
Henrietta, 63, 83. 
R. M., 78. 
Robert, 93 



Withers — Jas. H. (of Ky.), 
55, 86. 

Jno., oH. 

Samuel, 55, 86. 

James, Jr., 55, 86. 

Daniel McD., 55, 86. 

Abner, bo, 86. 

Alexander, 55, 86. 

J. F., 80. 
WiTHERSPOON, Sallie, 64. 
Worthy, S. B., 69. 
Wright, Ann, 25. 
Wylie, J. H., 91. 
YoL'NG — Boaz W., 40. 

E. Winnifred, 40, 69. 

Sarah L., 40, 69. 

Cornelius Conly, 40, 69. 

Dixie Lacy, 40, 69. 

Nellie Leach, 40, 69. 

Lena, 40, 69. 

Walter, 40, 69. 

Lilian Burwell, 40, 69. 

Ernest, 94. 

Isabel, 94. 

Robert, 94. 



INDKX TO VOLUMK II 



Adams — (Jon.. 110. 

R. C, 119. 
Armstrong, Margaret, 103. 
Askew, Aiijjfusta. 132. 
Atkins, Flora, 113. 
Baker, Betsy, 123. 
Barker — G. M., 137. 

Benj. T.. 137. 

Troy E., 137. 

Floreme E., 137. 

Marjorie, 137. 
Beauc'iiamp— W. T., 13(). 

( Jussie. 1 3(). 

lieiij. T.. 13(>. 

Clifton R., 136. 

Wm. T., 137. 

Marv J.. 137. 

Martlia E., 137. 

Hieks, 137. 

Catharine M., 137. 
Bell — Susan Ann, 128. 

Margaret, 128. 
Boyd — Mack, 135. 

Texana, 135. 

John M., 135. 

Cecil Lou, 13(). 

Arthur M., 130. 

Malcolm. 130. 
BoYKiN — Julia, 23, UO. 

\'irginui, 122. 
Brown, Susie M., 133. 
Broome — Rev. R. h., 127. 

Mary Porter, 127, 145. 

Edith Gertrude, 127, 145. 

Sue Council, 127, 145. 

Isabel McAllister, l27, 145. 



Burwell, Ella Arniistead, 
Cami'HELL— Robt., 105. 

William, 105. 110. 

Margaret, 105. 110. 

P.enjamin, 105, 110. 

Kan'iuliard, 105, 119. 

James, 105. 

Kobt., Jr., 105. 

Elizabeth, 105, 119. 

John, 105, 120. 

llobert, 119, 132. 

Hettie, 119, 133. 

Singleton, 119, 132. 

Robert, 119, 132. 



120. 



Mary J., 143. 
W. N., 144. 



Carson — -las. E.. 120. 

Adelaide W., 120. 

James, 120. 

Edwin, 120. 

McAllister, 12(5. 

Mary W., 120, 144. 

Maude Craig, 12(), 144. 
Clark — Henry R., 140. 

Helen Page, 14(5. 

Robert Page, 14(). 

Edward E., 14(). 

Mary C., 14(). 

Paul Coe, 14(). 

Jessie Page, 140. 
Co<;dell — Jas. W., 127. 

Eugenia C. 121, 145. 

Mary E., 121. 1+5. 

Jas. Alexandei-, 121, 145. 

Ella C, 121, 145. 
CoLLiKit — Tolm v.. 147. 



230 



Index. 



Collier, Blanch I., 147. 
CoLVix — Jane, 101. 

Col. John, 103. 

Alexander, 103, 112. 

John, Jr., 103. 

Chas., 103. 

James, 103, 112. 

]Mary J., 104. 

Henry, Dr. R., 104. 

Wm. Benjamin, 104, 113. 

Timothy, 'l04. 

James G., 113, 124. 

Flora, 112, 124. 

Chas. H., 113, 125. 

Mary S., 113, 125. 

Mary Jane, 1^:5. 

^lartha G., 125, 

Jane S,, 113. 

Margaret W., 125. 

James P., 125. 

Gus, 125. 

F. Mabel, 125. 

Mary Jane, Jr., 125. 

James W., 113. 

Chas. Henrv A., 113, 

Henry A,, 113, 126, 

Mary M., 113, 125. 

Flora S., 113, 125. 
Council— John T., 113. 

Chas. C, 113, 

Alexander McA., 113, 127, 

Sue, 113, 127. 

Ella. 113, 127. 

Mary, 113. 

Addle, 113, 127. 

John T., Jr., 113, 127. 

Isla Lee, 113, 127. 

Wm. E., 113, 127. 

Arthur, 113, 127. 

Colvin. 113, 127. 

Roy den I., 113, lz-9. 
Crom ARTIE — Preston, 144. 

Anne Marv, 127, 

Jas. W„ 125, 

Marv M., 125. 143. 



J., 130. 



140. 
129. 



Croiviartie — 

Livius. 125, 144. 

Octavia, 125. 144. 

Nina, 125, 144. 

Janie, 125, 144. 

Corrinna, 125, 122, 144 

Horner, 125, 122, 146, 

Lacy, 125, 144. 
Crumptox, Gertrude, 134 
Daxcer, Sarah, 114, 
DeYampert — Dr. T. 

Chas. P., 130. 

Mary L., 130. 
Durham, Editli E., 
Edwards — Chas. B., 

Margaret J., 129. 

Marv R., 129. 

Chas. B., Jr,, 129. 

Florence, 129, 
EsKRTDGE, Justinia, 
FoxwooD, Anna. 128. 
Gates, Sallie, 134. 
Cauda, Ella, 133. 
Gause, Mary, 112. 
Geddie, Saran, 111. 
GiDDEXS— H. C, 134. 

H. C, Jr., 134. 
GiLMORE, Grissella, 114. 
Graham— Sarah C, 134. 

N. A.. Jr., 134. 

Samuel L., 134. 

John. 134. 

James Theo.. 134. 

Charlotte, 134. 

Frances, 134. 

James W.. 134. 

Ulmer C, l34. 

iNeedham L., 134. 

Gertrude. 134. 

Frank. 134. 

Perrv. 134, 

Kate E,, 134. 

Bertha M., 134. 

Rebecca M., 134. 

Creary, 134. 



Index. 



231 



Graham — 

Gladys, 134. 

Anne L., 134. 

JNlargaret, 134, 

Kev. J. W., 120. 

Needham Alexander, 120, 134. 

Geo. L., 120, 134. 

Trof. Benj. G., 120. 134. 

Margaret, 120. 134. 

Kate R., 120, 134. 

John JNIcGheyne, 120. 

Thos. F., 120. 134. 

Jas. W.. 120. 

Sallie McA., 120, 134. 

Judge Wm. S., 120. 

:Minnie Mclndon. 120, 134. 

Dr. John, 120, 134. 

Gharlotte, 120, 135. 

Margaret, 120, 135. 
Grter. Matilda B.. 135. 
(tRcss, Edniond, 135. 
Gu^^TER— W. A., 130. 

Rosa D., 130. 

(^has. P., 130. 

Julia P., 130. 

William, 130. 

Helen. 130. 

Clarence, 130. 
Haruie, Capt. R. A., 130. 
Hall— J. L., 127. 

Addie Stanley, 127, 145. 
Haynesworth — Chas., 135. 

\V. W., 135. 

Hattie Lou. 135. 

Jolm W., 135. 

Clias. E., 135. 

Carrie L., 135. 

Wm. H., 135. 
Hexly— W. H., 120. 

J. Alonzo. 120. 137. 

Mary E.. 120, 137. 

:Maggie, 120, 137. 

William E.. 120. 
HousER— W. R., 134. 



Margaret, 134, 



HousER, Robert G., 134. 
Holt— L. F., 131. 

Stella, 131. 

Burton. 131. 

LutluT. 131. 

Julia. 131. 

Mary C, 131. 
Hurp.ard. Wm. H., 130. 
James— R. E., 129, 

Helen, 129. 
JOHX— Charlton W., 139. 

Bettie L, 139. 

David, 139. 

Griffith, 139. 
JoHXSTOX — Gen. G. D., 130. 

Geo. B... 130. 

Milton, 130. 

Euphradia, 130. 
Jones— Elizabeth. 104. 

C. E., 134. 

Catharine, 134, 

Wm. C, 134, 

Mabel, 134. 

Estelle, 134. 

Jas. G., 134. 

Thomas, 134. 

Henry, 134. 

jESSur , 144. 

Kelly , 144. 

Key — James F., 124, 

Gustrine. 124, 142. 

Henry, 142. 
King — Henry R., 114. 

James A., 114. 

Henrv R.. Jr., 114. 

M. W.. 114, 127. 

Floni C, 114. 

Loveday, 114. 

Isabella, 114. 

Flora E., 114, 129. 

Jas. Alexander, 114, 127, 129. 

Margaret C, 114, 129, 

Marv Helen, 114, 129. 

Wm' Allison, 114, 129. 

Richard Robert, 114, 129. 



232 



Index. 



Kl.XG— 

Hubert xMorris. 114, 129. 

Loveday Jane, 114, 129. 

Milton August. 114. 

John H., 114. 
KiTCiiELL— Dr. F. N., 131. 

Lee, 131. 

Lizzie, 131. 
Klice, Ida Jane, 135. 
Keeble, R. C, 130. 
Leeper, Minnie, 134. 
Leeman, T. R., 136. 
Luther, Lula G., 131. 
Lyles — Sallie, 131. 

N. P., 131. 

Mary Lou, 131. 

Edwin, 131. 

Thomas M.. 131. 

Claudia, 131. 

Nick P., 131. 
Lyon, Susie, 132. 
McAllister — Col. Alex., 101. 

Margaret, 101. 

Hector, 101. 

Flora, 101. 

Mary, 101. 

Ronald, 102. 

Charles, 102. 

John, 102. 

Catharine, 102. 

Angus, 102. 

Isabella, 102. 

Alexander, 102. 

Ronald, 102. 

Charity, 103, 101). 

Mary J., 103, 105. 

Alexander, 10.>, 107. 

David, 103, 110. 

Rev. Hector, 103, 110. 

Rachel, 103, 111. 

Flora, 103, 111. 

Margaret, 103. 111. 

Edith Isabella, 103, 111. 

Col. Hector, 103. 

Alexander, 103, 111. 



McAllister — 

John, 103, 112. 

Anne Jane, 103. 

Thomas, 103. 

Duncan J., 103. 

Flora, 103. 

Lovedav, 103. 

Charles, 104. 

Cornelius, 104. 

Alexander C, 104. 

Mary J., 104, 96. 

Catharine, 104. 

Isabella, 105, 96. 

John A., Esq., 121. 

Rev. David S., 122. 

Anne Atkins, 122. 

James, 111. 

James Lee, 111. 

Alexander, 111. 

John, 111. 

Margaret, 111. 

James, 111. 

Catharine, 1 J 1. 

Hector, 111. 

Charles, 111. 

Alexander, 111. 

Wm. Benj., 112. 

Alexander W., 126. 

James S., 126. 

Sarah Thames, 126. 

Charles C, 126. 

Mav Delia, 126, 124. 
, John W., 126. 

Thos. G., 126. 

Adelaide Elise, 127. 

Mary E., 112. 

James W., 111. 

Sarah M., 111. 

Mary R., HI. 

David A., 111. 

Alexander Pope, 121, 137. 

Willis Pope, 121.. 137. 

Hugh McLean, 122, 137. 

John David, 122, 138. 

Charles Payne, 122, 138. 



Index. 



233 



McAllister — 

David S., Jr., l-i2, 138. 

Anne Belle, 122. 138. 

Maw Jeanette, 122, 138. 

Bessie Nai)UM-. 122, 138. 

John Bovkin. 122, 138. 

James Alexander, 122, 138.. 

Anne Boykin, 123, 130. 

Ma ro a ret Ann. 123. 139. 

Sarah Kliza, 123. 

John Thomas. 123. 

Rachel, 123. 

Catharine. 123. 

Frank Little, 12(5. 

John W., 120. 

Lacy Little, 12(). 
INfcDorGALD, Kniilv, 109. 
McDuFFiE— Dr. J as. H., 140. 

Annie Laurie. 14(5. 

Love Alexander, 140. 

Jas. H., Jr., 140. 

Louis R., 140. 

David P., 14(5. 

Wm. A., 140. 
Means. Eli/ca H.. 131. 
MiLXEK— Maj. Willis, 141. 

May Clare, 141. 

Wm. Kev, 141. 
Mtlner— W. J.. 141. 

J. K., 141. 

May Clare, 141. 
Moore. Anne B., 125. 
McCoRMiCK — Daniel ^L. 123. 

Jas. Alexander, 123. 

Ida, 123, 139. 

:\rarv Belle. 123, 139. 

MKJiMi'SEV, Miss , 119. 

MclVER, Maioiiret. 115. 
]\IcKay, Eflie. 114. 
McKethax — Col. liector. 112. 

Alfred Au^j.. 112. 

Edwin T., 112. 

Alfred Au<?., 112. 

Daniel. 123. 

Ed. R., 123. 139. 



McKetttan — 

Alfred Au^r., 124. 139. 

John A. R., 124. 139. 

David G., 124, 139. 

Eliza vStreet, 124, 139. 

Kate D., 124, 139. 
McKetiiax — Caroline, 124, 139. 

Augusta, 124, 139. 

W. MeL.. 124, 139. 

Janie R., 124, 139. 

Joe Utley, 124, 139. 

Hector McA., 124, 139. 
IMcLean, Janet McX., 107. 
]\1cLeod — Sydney, 133. 

Margaret, 133. 

Sydney, Jr., 133. 

Kate, '^133. 

Malcolm, 133. 

Edith, 133. 

Benj.. 133. 
McXeill— Isabella, 103. 

James, 104. 

David, 104. 

Alexander, 104. 

Lovedav. 104. 

Ronald". 104. 

John, 104. 

James, 104. 

Flora E.. 104. 

Charles, 104. 

Catharine, 113, 128. 

Janet, 113. 

Alexander I).. 113. 128. 

John, Jr.. 1 14. 

Loveday x\nn, 114. 

J. Madison, 114. 128. 

Kate, 114, 128. 

James T., 114, 128. 

Alexander, 119. 122. 

Hector McA., 122. 

Sallie W'omack, 122. 

Alexander, Jr., 123. 

David. 123. 

]\rary. 123. 
McSwaix — Dr. II. A.. 122. 



234 



Index. 



McSwAix — 

John McA., 122. 

Alexander McA., 122. 
McXetll, David E., 128. 

John A.. 128. 

Jas. B., 128. 

Maiiraret I., 128. 

Robert E., 128. 

Catharine. 128. 

Susan. 128. 

Alexander. 128. 
Page— L. A.. 128. 

David A., 128. 14(). 

Sarah H., 128. UC. 

Mary I., 128, 140. 

Jessie Warden. 128. 146. 

Alexander McX.. 128, 146. 

Jas. Sexton. 128, 146. 

Louis W., 128, 146. 

Louis A., I'ZS. 146. 

Ruby L., 128. 146. 

Harry D., 146. 

Marjorie, 146. 
Parrish, Carrie, 146. 
Pattersox — Anne M., 133. 

Maggie B., 146. 
Patton, Lou Emily, 120. 
Payxe, Fannie, 124. 
Pippix — James, 137. 

Jessie. 13/. 

Eliza, 137. 

James, Jr., 137. 

Louis, 137. 
Pembertox, Henry, 112. 
Poellxitz — Julius, 105. 

Charles Aug.. 105, 116. 

Julius Edwm, 105. 118. 

Margaret E., 105. 119. 

Benj. Bruno. 105. 119. 

Mary E., 105. 116. 

Eliza R., 105. 116. 

Ellen Florence, 105, 116. 

Chas. Augustus, Jr., 105, 116. 

Ida Celeste, 105. 

Caroline De B., 105. 



Poellxitz — 

Josephine De B.. 105. 

Stella Octavia. 105. 

Julia W. B., 105. 

Evie Ludwig, 105. 

Julius Rembert. 118. 

Edwin Augustus, 118. 

Mary L., 118. 

Jas. Alexander, 118. 

Marv E., 118. 

SvdAev C, 118. 

Sarah Louise. 118. 

Julia A. I., 118. 

Henrietta M.. 119. 

Eliza R.. 119. 

Robert R.. 119. 

Benj. Bruno. 119. 

Julius Frederick, 119. 

Margaret De B., 119. 

Edwin Chas., 119. 

Walter Durand, 119. 

Maiy W.. 130. 

Annie. 130. 

Stella. 130. 

Charles. 130. 

Robert. 130. 

William. 130. 

Helen. 130. 

Henry, i30. 

Julius E., 131. 

Claudia, 131. 

Marv. 131. 

Bertie. 131. 

Ernest, 131. 

Mattie. 131. 

Lida. 131. 

Marv R.. 131. 

Svdnev L.. 131. 

Leon A., 131. 

Marv L.. 131. 

Katiilene. 131. 
Pope, Florence, 121. 
PuRDiF. Thomas, 140. 
Rembert — Marv, 118. 

Col. James, 119. 



Index. 



235 



ll!l. 



lit. 



27 



Rem BERT — 
Rosa. 132. 
Helen. 132. 
James P.. 1 1!> 
Celestia, 1 l'.». 
Bettie R. 
Caleb. 11 
Julius 1'. 
Rhodes — Kdwiii 

Jennie, 127. 
RoRERTs, Capt., 143. 
Robeson, Sarah B., 105. 
Rogers— Col. Ben, 102. 
Jane. 102. 
Elizabeth. 102. 
Flora, 102. 
Sarah. 102. 
Marv, 102. 
Catharine. 102. 
William, 102. 
Mary :\r., 119. 
Richardson — Haynes, 1 14. 

William, 114. 
Saunders — Elizabeth. 119. 

Bessie L., 128. 
Seawall, Capt. Chas., 130. 
Seabrook, Anne, 131. 
Shepherd— Rev. D. P., 139. 

John W., 139. 
Sixglp:tox — .Martha, 1 19. 

Ella, 11!). 
Smith- Rachel, 102. 
William. lO.!. 
Flora Ann, 105. 
William, 105. 
Jane, 105. 
Needham. 105. 
Charitv. 105. 
Ben. R., 105, 120. 
Margaret, 105, 120. 
Sarah C., 105. 120. 
Mary E., 105, 120. 
Needham, Jr., 105, 121. 
Flora Ann, 114. 
Alexander IJ., 114. 



Smith — 

Alexander B., 114. 
Fraidv, 114. 
Win. C, 114. 
Farqnhard 11.. 115. 
Josephine, 115. 
Ceo. G. (Rev.), 120, 133. 
Emma K., 120, 133. 
Margaret E., 120. 133. 
Sarah R., 120. 
Benj. R.. 120. 
WV C, 11(>. 
Marv H., 120. 135. 
Needham, 120, 135, 13G. 
Benj. W., 135, 137. 
Sarah E., 135, 137. 
Willie (oirl), 135, 137. 
Patterson Brown, 133. 
Sallie R., 133. 
Mary A., 133. 
Geo. H., 133. 
Benj. \V., Jr., 135. 
Willie Maude, 135. 
Laura B., 135. 
Needham, 135. 
M. Blanche, 135. 
Pearl, 135. 
Gordon, 135. 
Leslie ({.. 135. 

\\'ortham, \',l~i. 

Warren, 135. 

Rory, 135. 

\'ivia, 135. 

Li via Lorena, 135. 

Benj. W., 135. 
Sturoeon, Rev. J. C, 120. 
SuRLES, Robt. R., 147. 
Symmers, Isabel, 129. 
Tate — Thomas, 125. 

Rev. Robert, 125. 

R. Wm., 125. 

Thos. II.. 125. 

Maiv .1.. 125. 

Alexander C, 125. 

Dr. Chas. S., 125. 



236 



Index. 



Tate- 



Walter, 143. 

Thomas, 143. 

Ora, 143. 

Flora. 143. 

William, 143. 

Lacy, 143. 

Mattie, 143. 

Nina Octavia, 143, 145. 
Taylor— Ben j. F., 121. 

Florence, 121, 138. 

Martha A. R., 121. 

Ivev H., 121. 137. 

Bettie, 121, 137. 

Elias, 121, 116, 137. 

Giissie, 121, 116, 137. 

Donnie, 121, 116, 137. 
Thames— Elizabeth, 104. 

Elizabeth, 104. 
Thomas— M. S., 132. 

Henry, 132. 

Mary, 132. 

John, 132. 
Utley, Celia, 124. 
Walker— Robert R., 133. 

Robert E., 133. 
W'niTAKER, Samuel, 111. 
Whitehead, Mattie, 143. 
Williams — Joel, 101. 

Phereba, 112. 

James, 106. 
Wilson — Leonora, 115. 

Anne E., 115, 111. 
Williamson — Col. Bright, 105. 

Ben Frank, 105, 115. 

Thos. C, 105, 115. 

Eugenia, 105, 115. 

Lowndes, 105. 

Lucius, 105, 97. 



Eugene. 



105, 97. 



Williamson — 

Frank R., 115. 

John W., 115. 

Geo. D., 115. 

Lucius, 115. 

Leon M., 115. 

Anne E., 115, 129. 

Bright, 115, 129. 

E. Mclver, 115, 129. 

Marv R., 115, 129. 

Ben'F., Jr., 115, 129. 

Laurens E., 115, 129. 

Meta J., 115, 129. 

Lowndes, 115, 129. 

Jane R., 115, 129. 

Robert E., 115, 129. 

Chas. L., 115, 129. 

Mary Leonora, 128. 

Bessie L., 129. 

Emma Alston, 129. 

John Wilson, Jr., 129. 

Albert Lewis. 129. 

Louise Hale. 129. 

Ben. Franklin, 129. 

Cornelia A., 129. 

Isabel Symmers, 129. 

Jessie Symmers, 129. 

Adele Dargan, 129. 

Annie, 129. 

Laurens E., Jr., 129. 
Williams— Rachel S., 106, 121. 

Eliza P., 10(), 121. 

Alexander E., 106, 121. 

James, 106, 121. 

Martha Margaret, 106, 117. 

John C, 106, 117. 

David, 106, 117. 

Mary Jane, 106, 121. 
Womack, Sarah Ann. 111. 
Worth, .-Adelaide. 113. 
Wyatt, Bessie, 134. 



INDEX TO VOLUMK III 



Armktkom; — John, 1(JG. 

Henry Claj', 100. 

Melinda, 100. 

Jolm ilios.. 1()0. 
ATKl^'S — John Lewis, 107. 

Neill S., 107, 109. 

Jas. A., 107, 109. 

Grissella S., 107, 109. 

Jno. Hector, 107, 109. 

Benj. lea, 107, 109. 

Janet Isabella, 107, 109. 

Kohert, 107, 109. 

Henrietta, 107, 109. 

Lewis, 107, 109. 

Mary G., 173. 

Turner, 173. 

Neill S., 173. 

Oscar, 173. 
Baix, Caroline, 100. 
Bkthea— A rch iba 1 d , 1 09 . 

Maw, l(i9, 175. 

Grissella, 109, 175. 
BriE — Duncan, Kio. 

Marion. 1()5. 100. 

Neill, 105, 100. 

Malcolm, 105, 1(50. 
Cleveland, ]\Iartha, 100. 
Elliott, Aiarv E., 170. 
Evans, Eliza "f., 170. 
Gaston, Georgia, 109. 
Harmon — John, 173. 

Grissella, 173. 

Elizabeth, 173. 

Mary, 173. 

Lena, 173. 
HoRNE— Robert, 109. 



IIOKNE 

Thos., 109, 172. 

Robert. Jr., 109, 172. 

William, 109, 172. 

Rebecca M., 109, 172. 

Hugh, 109, 173. 

Kate, 109, 173. 

Horace, 109, 173. 

Frederick, 109, 173. 

Nina, 109, 173. 

Matnor, Miss , 171. 

McAllister, Mary, 105. 
McCoRMiCK — Dr. John, 178, 
173. 

Marv, 178. 

John, 178, 173. 

Anna, 178, 174. 

James, 178, 174. 

Louis, 178, 174. 

Archibald, i78, 174. 

Grissella, 178, 174. 
McKellar — Col. P., 100. 

Hector. 10(5, 107. 

Sarah A., 1(50, 1(57. 

Peter, Jr., 1(5(5, 107. 

Jolm, l(t(5, 1(57. 

Laughlin. 1(5(5. 1(58. 

Annabclla, 1(5(5, 1(58. 

Walter, 1(57. 

Hetty, 107. 
McKetil\n, Ann or Nancy, 1(55. 
McKay— Malcolm, 108. 

M. McN., 105. 

I'. .McK., 1(55. 

Win. T., 1(58. 

A. McN. (M. D.), 179. 



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Index. 



McNeill — ^Hector, IGo. 
John, 1()5. 
Jane, 165. 
]\Iargaiet, 165. 
Mary, 165. 
Mary, second, 165. 
Hector, second, 165. 
Henrietta, 165. 
Marsh— W. F., 169. 
Lina, 169. 
John, 169. 
Robert. 169. 
William, 169. 
Brooks, 169. 
Mary, 169. 
Charles, 169. 
James, 169. 
Walker, 169. 
MiDDLETO]>f — Jno. C, 168. 
Blanche, 168, 171. 
Effie. 168, 171. 
Robert, 168. 171. 
Stewart, 168. 171. 
John, 168, 172. 
Henry, 168, 172. 
PuRCELL — Chas., 170. 

Sarah, 170. 

Alexander, 170. 

Williams, 170. 

Martha, 170. 
Richardson, Jane, 170. 
Shaw, Mary, 165. 
Spears, Ella, 169. 
Stewart — Hector, 165. 

Robert, 165. 

Jno. McN., 165, 166. 

Thos. D., 165, 166. 

Mary J., 165, 166. 

Ann Eliza. 165. 

Grissella, 165. 

Neill S., 165. 

Annie J., 165. 

Mary Margaret, 165. 

Xedsfelena, 165. 

Maria, 166, 168. 

Sallie, .66, 168. 

Lavinia, 166. 



Stewart — 

Robert, Jr., 166. 

Jno. McN., Jr., 166. 

Mary, loV, 168. 

Laura, 167, 168. 

Henrieita, 167, 168. 

Thos. Robert, 167, 168. 

Sallie, 165, 168. 

Hector, 168, 172. 

Effie, 168, 172. 

Thomas, 168, 1/2. 

Charles, 168, 172. 

Woodson, 168, 172. 
Turner— J as. Neill, 168. 

Sallie, 168. 

Lucy, 168. 

Martha, 168. 
Williams— W. L., 167. 

Henrietta McK., 167, 170. 

Edmund Jones, 167, 170. 

Wm. L., Jr., 167, 170. 

Jno. C, 167, 170. 

Mattie K. Lane, 167, 170. 

Peter, 167, 170. 

Lewis, 167, 170. 

Benjamin, 167, 170. 

Jesse, 170. 

Bavard, 170. 

William, 170. 

August Schrader, 170. 

Sarah, 170. 

Alexander Elliott (Lieut. 
U. S. Infantry), 170. 

William. Jr., 170. 

Jane Elliott, 170. 

H. McKellar, 170. 

Henry Elliott, 170. 

Anne, 170. 

Lawrence, 170. 

Lula, 170. 

James. 170. 

Anne Belle, 170. 

Lila, 170. 

Sarah. i70. 

McKellar, 170. 
WooTEN, Ella, 170. 

Yarboro', Dora, 168. 



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INDEX TO VOLUME IV. 



Armstrong- — Col. T., 182. 

William, 182, 183. 

John, 182, 183. 

Isabella. 182. 183. 

Faiquhard C, 182, 183. 

Thos., Jr., 182, 183. 

Henry C, 182. 183. 

Melinda, 183. 

Jolin Thos., 183, 187. 

Janet, 183. 

Hannah E., 183, 187. 

William. 183. 187. 

Farqiiliard, 183. 187. 

Isabella. 183, 187. 

Mary, 183. 187. 

John, 183. 187. 
Atkinson, Claudia. IDo. 

Bell, Miss , 200. 

Bell— John, 207. 

Jno. Mark, 207. 

P.revard, 207. 

Eunice, 207. 

Hattiie. 207. 

Cecil, 207. 

"Baby," 207. 
Belt, Laura, 190. 
Brand, Bryant, 188. 
Blake, Eliza, 18;'). 
Buchanan — Hector, 182. 

Alexander, 182. 

:\rarv Ann. 182. 

Hannah, 183. 

Alexander, dr.. 183, 187 

Wm. James, 183, 188. 
BriE, Marion, 183. 
Bullock — CJrav. 105. 



j Bullock — 

Mollie, 195. 

Josie, 195. 

John. 195. 

Tliomas, 195. 

Wood, 195. 

Emilv, 195. 
Cameron. Flora McA., 190. 
Campijell — Farquhard, 181 . 

Robert. 181. 

Janet, 181. 

Nanev, 181. 

Elizabeth, 181. 

Polly, 181. 

Isab'ella. 181. 

Elizabeth, 185. 

Mary, 180. 

"Bud," 208. 
Clarpy, .lohn (of Ky.). 198. 
Clark, Ora, 199. 
Conger, Lizzie, 188. 
CosTiN— Miles. 192. 

Mary Ann, 192. 
Croslano — William, 198. 

Erasmus, 198. 

Wm.. Jr., 198. 

Patrick M.. 198. 
Cross. Louise, 191. 
CURRIE, X. A., 191. 
Daukley, Rey. Richard. 188. 
Durham, D. T., 193. 
Im'axs — lonalhan. 183. 

Isabella, 183. 

])avid, 183. 

Mary, 183. 

Jane Smith. 183. 188. 



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Index. 



EVAXS — 

Amie E.. 183. 

Jno. S., 183. 

Robert A., 183. 

Augustus, 183. 188. 

Erasmus H.. 183. 188. 

Emily G., 184, 189. 

Mary I., 184. 

Jonathan, Jr., 184, 189. 

James S., 184, 189. 

Jonathan, Jr., second, 189, 
199. 

Bettie W.. 189, 199. 

Marv. 189. 199. 

Leslie Ballard, 189, 199. 

Robert B., 189, 199. 

Elizabeth S.. 189. 199. 

Augustus, 189, 199. 

EJlen P., 189. 199. 

Emma F., 189. 199. 

James S.. 189, 199. 

Lucv P., 189, 199. 

Isabel C, 189, 199. 

Pearsall. 189, 199. 

Victoria, 189. 199. 

Mary 1., second. 188, 197. 

Eliza F., 188, 197. 

Murphv, 188. 

E. H.. Jr., 188. 197. 

Sue Murphy, 188, 198. 

Louise B.. 188, 198. 

Anne K.. 188, 198. 

Robert B., 188, 198. 

Laura A., 188, 198. 

Douglas. 188. 198. 

Jean E.. 188, 198. 

L. Murphy. 188, 198. 

Rebecca, 195. 

Lizzie C, 188. 197. 

Wm. McD., 199. 

Jennie D.. 199. 

Mollie Mc, 199. 

Rebecca, 199. 
Elliott — Henry, 184. 

John. 171, 185. 



Elliott — 

George, 185, 192. 
Mary, 185. ' 
Henry, 185. 
Jolm. 185. 
Alexander. 185. 
William. 185. 
James, 185. 
Isabella, 185. 
Ann Eliza, 185. 
Col. Alexander, 188. 
Marv E., 188. 
Jonathan Evans, 188. 
Geo. D.. 188. 
Henrv. Jr., 188. 
Jennie E., 188. 
Emilv, 188. 
Kate', 188. 
George, 192. 
Mary, 181, 192. 
John. 181, 192. 
Alice Lee, 19(5. 
Jean, 196. 
Jonathan. Ji., liXi. 
Aven, 197. 
William, 197. 
Geo. D.. Jr., 197. 
Xellie (Xelie), 197. 
Alexander, 197. 
:\[ary. 197. 
Geo.', 197. 
Eunice, 197. 
Henry. 197. 
Emily P., 197. 

FOTIIERIXGHAM. . 182. 

Gibson— Thos. L., 198. 

Wm. H.. 198, 191. 

Elizabeth M., 198. 
Glover, Frank, 196. 
Grady, S., 184. 
Gray, Jessie Lee, 193. 
Greexe — Jno. A., 196. 

Stewart, 196. 

H. McL., 196. 

Mary, 196. 



Index. 



24 T 



Gree>e — 

Alma, 19(5. 

Neill, 19(). 

Eliza. 19(i. 
Hall, Alice, 190. 
Herring, A. C, 203. 
Hodges, Ida ^L; 192. 
HOLMES^ — loliii, 187. 

]\Iary xl., 187. 

Jane, 187. 

Wm. Geo., 187. 

Archibald C. 187. 

Buchanan, 187. 

Mary 8., lyo. 

Henrietta, 195. 

John. 195. 

Joseph, 195. 

Janet, 195. 

Ellen, 195. 

Eebecca. i95. 

\\^m., 190. 

Euflfin. 190. 

Neill, 190. 

Eoger, 190. 

Claudius, 190. 
HuiuJARD, Mary C, 193. 
IVEY, Dr. Traeey, 203. 
JoxES — Katie, 198. 

Louis, 187. 
King — Mary A., 183. 

Ezekiel, 183. 

P>arl)ara A., 183, 188. 

Isabella, io3, 188. 

E. Moore, 183, 188. 

Henry, 183, 188. 

Nancv Jane, 183, 188. 

Jonn^A., 183, 188. 

Sarah, 183, 188. 

Charles, 183, 188. 

Sarah Amanda, 183, 188. 

KlltKPATRKK, D)-. , 200. 

Mallett — Lalistoad, 180. 
Wm. Smith, 180, 184. 
Ellen Sophia. ISO. 
Mary Louisa, 193, 207. 



jNIallett — 

lUifus Smith, 193, 207. 

Thos. Hardin, 193, 207. 

Ellen Sophia, 193, 207. 

Wm. Erances, 193, 207. 

Jno. Watkins, 193, 207. 

Mary Elorenee, 193, 207. 

Hattie, 199. 

, 193, 207. 

Martin— Col. W. J. (LL. D.), 
192. 

William, 197. 
jNIattiievvs, ]3ella, 187. 
McBryde— Rev. D. D., 208, 209. 

Miss Janie, 208, 209. 

Mrs. Fanny, 208, 209. 
McCurdy, Amanda, 189. 
McDaniel — Delia, 199. 

Willie, 199. 

Mollie, 199. 

Jennie, 199. 

Rebecca, 199. 
McJuNKiN, Fanny, 193. 
McKay, Capt. Malcolm. 182. 
McKetiiax, Caroline, 201. 
McLerax — John, 195. 

Janet, 195. 

William, 195. 

Charles, 195. 

Addie, 195. 

Mary E., 195. 

Lee, 195. 

James, 195. 
McNeill — Sarah E., 188. 

Cornelia, 197. 

Fnuik, 189, 197. 

Jxuh^e T. A., 185, 195. 

]\Iary G., — . 

Thos. A., Jr., 195. 

Alice Campbell, 195. 
.McWlIORTKR, E., 190. 
Moore, William, 188. 
Moor— Dr. W. L., 193. 

Fred. S., 193. 

Kate Byrd, 193. 



242 



Index. 



Moor — 

Louis (Jr.. 193. 

Frank, 193. 

Mary A., 193. 
MouLTOX, H. v., 196. 
^luRPHY — ]\Iary Ann, 188. 

Susan, 188. 
Pattersox — Fairley, 197. 

Jane, 197. 

Mary ¥., 197. 

Kate, 197. 

Emily, 197. 

Annie F., 197. 
Pears ALL — Lucy, 189, 

Bettie, 191. 

Clara, 191. 
Price, Kev. H. B., 198. 
PuRDiE — Jno. Weslev, 191 

Thomas, 191. 

Weslev, 191, 

Sallie,"' 191. 

Edward, 191. 
Rankin — Henrv, 198. 

S. C, 198. 
EoBERTS, Rachel W., 195. 
Robertson — Capt. J. P. 
Va.), 189. 

Frances L., 189. 

Jonathan, 189. 

Maybelle, 189. 

R. Park, 189, 191. 

Eliza Evans, 189. 

Maria Louise, 189, 191. 

Algernon Sidnev. 189. 

Joseph E., 189,'l91. 

Jennie Elliott, 189, 191. 

Joseph F., 189. 

Emily Evans, 198, 191. 
Robeson — Dr. R. R., 191, 

Bessie, 191. 

Louise, 191. 
Sandlin, A. B., 203. 
Saunders — Bettie. 191. 

Edward, 192. 

Louise E., 192. 



(of 



195. 



Saltnders — 

Wm. Ashby, 192. 

Julia B., 192. 

Jno. B., 192, 

Julia M., 192. 

Edmund A., 192. 

Robert Campbell, 192. 

Willis Hunter, 192. 
Scales, Sallie, 193. 
Shepherd, Maggie, 191. 
Smith— Elizabeth W., 181. 

John, 181. 

Elizabeth, 182, 170. 

Alexander, 182. 

Farquhard, 182, 170. 

Isabella, 182, 171. 

Mary, 182, 171. 

Jno.'^C, 182, 172. 

Jane C, 182, 172. 

Wm. T., 182. 172. 

Robert, 182. 

James (m. D.), 182,108,173. 

Susan, 184, 177. 

Jno. D., 184, 177. 

A. R., 184, 177. 

Isabella, 184. 

Mary, 184, 178, 181. 

Wm. Curtis (M. D.), 184, 
178. 

James, 184. 

Elizabeth Elliott, 184, 179. 

Walter D., 184, 179. 
j F. C, Jr. (M. U.), 184, 179. 
I Henrv Elliott, 184, 179. 

Edward, 184, 179. 

Sarah, 184, 180. 

Jane, 184, 180. 

Jesse Slocumb, 184. 180. 

Jas. C, Jr., 184. 181. 

Isabella W.. 184. 182. 

Sarah E., 184, 182. 

Jno. A., i84. 182. 

Farquhard Rice, 184, 182. 

Marv Kate, 184, 182. 

Wm". Robert, 184, 182. 



Index. 



243 



Smith — 

Jane, 184, 182. 

Thos. W. (Kev.), 184, 183. 

C. B., 184, 183. 

Caroline C, 184, 183. 

Kliza B., 184, 183. 

Wm. Flavins, 184, 183. 

Jnlia Jane, 18(5, 194. 

Kobert A., 180. 

M. Louisa, 180, 194. 

Walter Jones, 180, 194, 

Jno. A\'ni., 180. 

James Lawrence, 180, 194. 

Sarah Campbell, 180, 194. 

Caroline L., 180, 194. 

Alice, 180. 

Margaret B., 190. 

Alexander B., 190. 

Frank, 190, 200. 

Wm. Chalmers. 190, 200. 

Josephine, 190, 200. 

Leslie, 190, 200. 

\\'il]iam (girl), 190, 200. 

W right. 190, 200. 

Maude, 190, 200. 

James, Jr.. 191, 200. 

Edward. 191, 200. 

May. 191, 200. 

Lula, 191. 200. 

J^ertram. 1!)1. 200. 

Ross (girl), 191, 201. 

Kdwm. 191. 201. 

Laura, 191, 201. 

Douglas, 191, 201. 

Farquhard. Jr., 191, 201. 

Jane, 191, 201. 

Sidney, 191, 201. 

Eugene, 191, 201. 

Clara, 19l, 201. 

Bol)ert C, Jr., 193, 204. 

IVlattie Scales, 193, 204. 

]<:iizabeth, 193, 204. 

Ruih. 193. 204. 

^^'a(l(' llami)ton. 193. 204. 

Annie Laurie, 193, 204. 



Smith — 

Tracy Ivey, 193, 204. 

Eliza Blake, 193. 

Langclon H., 193. 

^riios. W., 193. 

Wm. M., 193. 

Henry L., 193. 

Susie Mosely, 193. 

Jno. Kelly, 193. 

Caroline B., 193. 

Mary S., 193. 

Jessie, 192. 

Clarence, 192. 

Edward, 192. 

Flora, 192. 

Sallie, 19^. 

Susie, 192. 

Florence L., 192. 

Miles, 192. 

Wm. Campbell, 192. 

J as. Dickson, 192. 

Kate Codington, 192. 

Mary T., 192. 

Naomi Wood, 192. 

Chas. Robinson, 192. 

Robert Jackson, 192. 

Hattie L., 203. 

Thelma, 203. 

Annie, 203. 

Fannie B., 193. 

Wm. C, 193. 

Claude C, 193. 

Chas. C, 193. 

Capt. Jas., 195. 

J. De L., 195. 

Delia, 195. 

Xanny, 195. 

Henry K., 195. 

Thos.^ W., 195. 

I'vobort Lee. 195. 

Wade H., 195. 

Ellen Douglas, 195, 200. 

Wm. T., 194, 184. 

Isaac Williams, 194, 184. 

Jas. Lawrence, Jr., 194, 184. 



244 



Index. 



Smith — 

Richard Campbell, 193, 206. 

W. F., Jr., 193, 206. 
Stewart — Neill S., 187. 

Mary Shaw, 187, 196. 

Ellen, 187, 196. 

Neill McNeill, 187, 196. 

Nedgelena, 187, 196. 

Mary E., 196. 

Flora McNeill, 196. 
Stimpcomb — Charles, 207. 

Nellie, 207. 

Hattie, 207. 

Samuel, 207. 

Roger, 207. 

Sophia, 207. 

Charles, Jr., 207. 
Taylor— Dr. F. M., 197. 

Alexander, 197. 

Susan, 197. 

Sarah, 197. 

Erasmus, 197. 

Bettie M., 197. 
Turner — Janet, 183. 

, 207. 



Whitaker — Fabius, 196, 

Clyde, 196. 

William, 196. 

George, 196. 

Neill, 196. 
Williams — Joel, 183. 

Isabella, 187. 

Isaac, 194. 

Dr. Junius, 194. 

Jas. Hunter, 194. 

Junius Snead, 194. 

Winnifred, 194. 

William, 196. 

Alexander E., 196. 

Wm., Jr., 196. 

Jane, 196. 

Henrietta McK., 196. 

Henry Elliott, 196. 

Peter, 197. 

Annie Belle, 197. 

Lila, 197. 

Sarah, 197. 

McKellar, 197. 

Capt. A. H., 208. 
Wood, Rev. Dr. W. A., 192, 



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